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Old 06-08-2009, 05:31 PM   #1
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Painting Exterior of Home


I recently purchased six 5-gallon buckets paint from a private seller who had some left over from painting a Wal Mart, to paint my house.
The paint looks very nice, high quality - I was very excited to get Sherwin Williams paint. But I found out from Sherwin Williams that the paint is intended for concrete finishes. The brand is Sherwin Williams, Sherlastic, Elastometric. The representative from Sherwin Williams stated that they "do not recommend" using it on wood finishes. I would like to paint my wood home with this paint but of course don't want to harm my wood siding in the process. I was hoping someone might have more information on whether this could harm my home or not.

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I would not use that product on wood. It will just bubble over time.
Here's the Sherlastic data sheet from Sherwin Williams----->Click Here

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