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Old 10-13-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
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painting vinyl shutters


We recently purchased some paint for our vinyl shutters but have been unable to paint them because of all of the rain we have been having. It is supposed to be dry and clear this weekend but temperatures will only be in the upper 60s during the day and will dip down to around 37-38 at night. The paint I am using (Pittsburgh Manor Hall) says it can be applied when temperatures are 35 degrees or higher. Although the paint will be in the 60s when the shutters are actually painted, I am concerned that the low nighttime temperature and possible dew could cause problems. If the paint is dry to the touch before the low nighttime temps and possible dew hit, will I run into any problems?

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