I was just wanting to know what the proper temperature ranges are for applying a full color stain to the exterior of the house. Are the limits the same as Paint? Thank You
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Generally speaking, the temperature needs to be at least 40 degrees. There are a lot of variables that go into applying stain to the siding:
Stains are a little more forgiving than paints. Paint forms a film on the surface that acts as a protective "membrane" and takes longer to "cure". Stains, by design actually soak into the pores of the wood and dry quicker because there is more area to absorb.
Hope this helps. You definitely don't want to have to re-do this project - so good luck on this one.