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#FastTipTuesday - Winter Warm-up!

#FastTipTuesday - Winter Warm-up!

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#FastTipTuesday - Winter Warm-up!

When you paint in the winter, the surface you are painting may be colder than the ambient temperature. So be sure to give the areas like exterior concrete time to warm up to 3C above dew point before you paint and avoid painting during a cold snap.

Check your tin for drying times between coats - it will e longer in colder weather. Plan your painting for the middle of the day and finish early enough to allow the last coat time to dry before it gets too cold.

#FastTipTuesday - Winter Warm-up!

Wilkoo Marketing Paint Distributors

Wilkoo Marketing Paint Distributors is based in Hermanus and serves all Overberg towns as well as Heidelberg, Riversdale and Bonnievale. The leading paint supplier sells to the general public, building contractors, paint shops and hardware stores. Wilkoo Marketing Paint Distributors is a stockist of...

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