60 to around 85F
People also ask
What temperature should I Paint my Exterior exterior?
The industry standard is to paint on a surface whose temperature is more than 5 F above the dew point鈥攖he temperature at which water droplets begin to condense. Clearly, you want to avoid rainy conditions when taking on an exterior painting project.
Can you paint outside when it’s too hot?
Painting outside when it is too hot or too cold for the paint can lead to a terrible painting job that will have to be completed again later. More specifically, these extreme temperatures for exterior paint cause it to not bind together properly. This eventually leads to cracking and peeling paint which is not a good look on any home.
How do you warm up paint before painting?
Bring it inside overnight so the paint can warm up to a temperature within its specified acceptable range. It鈥檚 always best to avoid painting or staining in direct sunlight. The surface you鈥檙e painting has its own temperature, which may differ from the ambient, or air temperature.
What is the minimum temperature for paint to dry?
Most paint manufacturers make the following recommendations for minimum temperatures: A minimum ambient and surface temperatures of 50 F / 10 C degrees for latex paint when painting outdoors. For solvent or oil-based paints, the ambient and surface temperatures must rise above 45 degrees F / 7.222 C, for a minimum of 48 hours.