Home painting is usually a summer project all across the world but sometimes we are stuck with home improvements in rainy and cold times.
Most people are discouraged from taking on a paint project in winter for the following reasons:
- Painting outdoors in wet weather will cause the paint to streak if exposed to the rain.
- Painting indoors in lower temperatures might not allow the paint to dry properly.
If you are going to tackle a paint project this winter, here are a few things to keep in mind.
You can still work on indoor paint projects during cold and wet weather as long as it’s between 12 and 30 degrees Celsius and you have adequate air circulation. The paint will dry just fine.
To speed up drying times you can increase air circulation by opening doors and windows during the warmer part of the day (as long as the rain doesn’t come in), by using fans or in extreme cases by using blow heaters. These can hired from some equipment hire stores.
Deluxe Coatings only uses premium paint, so generally issues like humidity have only a marginal effect on the product.
Winter means slow business for painters so you might get a great deal for the job.