Best Exterior Paints For Wood – Reviews and Buyer’s Guide


Top Pick – The Best Exterior Wood Paint

Painters Touch Latex
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Rust-Oleum Latex Paint is a low odor paint both for your outdoor and indoor wood. Its formula resists peeling and creates long-lasting protection.

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Introduction

If you’ve never done it before, painting exterior wood seems like an incredibly easy task. Simply pick your favorite option and then brush it on, right? Wrong!

Before applying any paint to a piece of outdoor wooden furniture or deck, you’ll likely need to clean the surface, strip and sand it. After that, the priming is recommended. Much of the process described above depends on whether the wood is already primed and painted or raw.

If that seems like too much work, don’t worry. There are many exterior paints on the market that allow you to skip these steps by including them in one simple process. There are also so many styles and finishes you can choose from, from a matte or glossy finish! In this article, we’ll explore 8 best exterior paints for wood that are currently on the market.

Best Exterior Paints for Wood in September, 2021

#Paint for woodCoverage (quart)Dry time (minutes)Colors 
1Rust-Oleum Latex
Editor's Choice
up to 120 sq ft3018 Check Price
2Kilz Porch and Patio Floor 50-100 sq ft602 Check Price
3Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Sprayup to 12 sq ft (1 can)208 Check Price
4Kilz Exterior 50-125 sq ft120-1802 Check Price
5Rust-Oleum Satinup to 120 sq ft302 Check Price
6Prestige100 sq ft60-1207 Check Price
7Montage Signatureup to 100 sq ft3020 Check Price
8New York Botanical Gardens100 sq ft60-1209 Check Price

1. Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover Latex Paint – Top Exterior Paint for Wood

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Rust-Oleum’s Painter’s Touch latex-based paint is extremely versatile, with many possible uses. Going to refresh exterior furniture? The Rust-Oleum is for you. If you’re in the midst of a massive renovation or just working on multiple outdoor projects, Rust-Oleum makes painting much easier. Plus, the beautiful glossy finish can be used on much more than just wood. You can use it on glass, metal, ceramic, plaster and canvas (so long as they are not walking surfaces).

Painter’s Touch is made with “double cover” technology. This means you’ll deal with less wear and tear and chipping of the paint. It provides a fresh, clean look to worn-out surfaces and most projects are completed in one to two coats. It’s also a low-odor, safe product that’s easily cleaned up with soap and water should any messes occur during its application.

Before using this product on your indoor or outdoor wood project, you’ll want to make sure you sand the item down with a 180-200 grit piece of sandpaper to ensure the best application.

If you’re applying it to another hard surface, like metal, it does not need to be sanded down. Additionally, this formula is incredibly fast-drying. You can apply one coat and come back and repaint another in just 30 minutes!

Pros
  • Can be used on interior and exterior surfaces
  • Quick drying
  • Easy application, easy clean-up of spills during the application process
  • Lasts longer than most other products
Cons
  • Sanding required before application on wood surfaces
  • Cannot be used on walking surfaces

2. Kilz Porch and Patio Floor Paint – Best Deck and Wood Floor Paint

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A great product by Kilz, specifically geared at painting decks, wooden porch and patio floors that easily get worn out. If you haven’t painted your porch or patio floor for fear of the incredible amount of maintenance, you’re missing out on the added style and protection that painting the floor can give you. If you have invested the money to make a beautiful outside extension of your home, you need to protect your investment with this product.

Kilz’ Porch and Patio Floor paint protects your wood flooring from scuffs, scratches, fading, cracking or peeling. While it can be applied to any hard surface like cement, metal or masonry, the true beauty of this product is seen when painted on wood.

This latex enamel product is really easy to apply. It dries within one hour (however, wait 4-6 hours to apply a second coat) and is available in the popular slate gray or silver gray colors. One gallon covers between 200-400 square feet and can be rolled, brushed or sprayed on to your porch or patio flooring.

Keep in mind, any painted surface can get slippery when wet. So if it rains, proceed with more caution than normal, and do not use it anywhere a motorized vehicle would be traveling.
Pros
  • Specifically created to protect outdoor decks and flooring but can be used for furniture, siding and other projects
  • Can be applied to other surfaces like cement and metal
  • No priming necessary
Cons
  • Lengthy application process takes 4-6 hours to apply two coats

3. Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch 2X Ultra Cover Spray – Top Outdoor Spray Paint for Wood

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Rust-Oleum has a number of paints on this list, and it is for good reason. They put out such a high-quality product, and it’s not just limited to traditional paint. This Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover spray is a fantastic choice if you need quick, even application of color on items that would be difficult to evenly cover with paint due to their size or intricacies. It can be used on nearly all outdoor pieces, adhering to everything from wood, to metal, ceramic and even plastic!

The oil-based formula sprays on evenly and dries very quickly, within 20 minutes or less. This enables you to quickly see the level of coverage from one coat and finish your project quickly, anticipating how many more coats you will need within just minutes. Unlike other sprays, it is low odor and has a beautiful satin finish that will create a look similar to that of what a professional painter would create.

This product is both a paint and primer, so you do not need to apply anything to the wood prior to spraying on the Ultra Cover. However, it is in your best interest to sand down any wood project that you are applying it to for better adhesion.

This product is also popular amongst car enthusiasts as the clear coat can repair headlights that have turned cloudy with age. If you are using the paint for that, you should also sand down the headlights somewhat before application.

Pros
  • Can safely be used on a variety of surfaces
  • Quick drying
  • Perfect for small exterior projects
Cons
  • The application can be uneven if a can is not prepped (shaken) before use

4. Kilz Exterior Siding, Fence & Barn Paint – Top Exterior Paint For Fence and Siding

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If you’re looking for an exterior paint that will protect your outdoor wood project from the elements for a long time, then Kilz Exterior Siding, Fence & Barn paint is the right choice for you! Kilz brand has been a top producer of paints and primers for 40 years. They know what they’re doing, and they do it right!

This product is specifically formulated to protect against wear and tear, mold and mildew, rust and more. It resists cracking, drying, peeling and blisters caused by the sun on your outdoor painted wood. It is self-priming, which means you just have to clean and sand down the wood before you apply this product.

The water and oil-based formula sticks well to almost anything and lasts for long. You won’t have to reapply year after year, even in the toughest of conditions. Use this on stucco, cement, wood, metal or whatever surface you have outside that needs some protection.

The product’s application does take more time than other paints, however. Expect it to dry in about 2-3 hours’ time. Do not apply a second coat until 6-8 hours have passed for optimal results. While it can be brushed, rolled or sprayed on, you also need to be careful in your application, always doing a back-brush or back-roll when applying.
Pros
  • Extremely long-lasting once applied
  • Protects surfaces from wear and tear in all weather conditions
  • Self-priming formula
Cons
  • Long application process
  • Back-brush or back-roll application can lead to uneven coverage

5. Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Satin – Satin Paint for Outdoor Wood Furniture

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This multi-purpose latex paint has a ton of benefits, besides the trusted Rust-Oleum name behind it! It’s great for all of your exterior painting needs including painting outdoor wood furniture. It offers a beautiful satin finish that does not chip easily and works well in high traffic areas. The paint can be used on a wide variety of surfaces besides wood, like metal, ceramics or earthenware, plaster and cement. Unlike a lot of paints, the Painter’s Touch Satin is low-odor. It’s really easy to use and very easy to clean up. You just have to wipe it down with soap and wet washrag before it dries.

This one not only goes on thoroughly and evenly but because it is a satin finish it also hides any imperfections; you need not worry about being an expert when using this product! Prior to using this paint, you should sand down your wood project with a 180-200 grit piece of sandpaper and then apply a degreaser. After that, wait about 2 hours (or more) for the wood to be dry and then apply this paint. While it does take a bit more time and effort than other paints, the final result will stun you!

One thing to note about this product is what a fantastic value it is. It costs less than half of some other varieties and one can covers more than 120 square feet! You’ll also end up getting your project done in less time, as it takes just about 30 minutes for one coat to fully dry, and you’ll likely only need one to two coats.
Pros
  • Great value for the cost
  • Can be used on a wide variety of surfaces
Cons
  • Must sand, prime and de-gloss before applying this product to a piece of wood

6. Prestige LifeTime – Both Exterior Paint and Primer in One

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This ultra-premium paint from Prestige Paints makes your wood project much easier to complete by combining paint and primer in one product. Prestige also offers a match to some Sherwin-Williams paints making it easy for you to touch-up old projects and give them new life! Application of this option is extremely easy. The formula’s smooth finish provides even coverage and hides blemishes or mistakes made by the most novice of painters. It also does a fantastic job on wood, cement, stone works, masonry, metal, and even vinyl siding!

The paint will look great when applied with a high-quality brush, and usually, at least two to three coats are needed to achieve the best look. It usually takes about 2-3 hours for one coat to dry, so this product might take longer to use than others.

For best use, any glossy areas must be sanded down and though it this product appears to have primer and paint all wrapped in one can, you do need to apply an initial primer if the wood you’re using on your project is raw.

Each color is intended for interior or exterior use only. Read carefully before purchase.

Pros
  • Easy application
  • Matches some Sherwin-William paints
  • High-quality coverage masks blemishes
Cons
  • Need to sand most projects before application

7. Montage Signature – Eco – Friendly Paint

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Montage a very versatile water-based paint that comes in several versions. You can get a low-sheen version if you prefer a smooth, flat finish, or you can get the semi-gloss variety if you want the wood to shine a little. This paint is available in a bunch of different colors, but all of them are light pastel shades. This presents a slight problem for those who don’t like pastel colors, but their muted nature does make them an ideal choice for home decor. After all, you don’t want your home decked out in a loud color like neon green or hot pink.

Eco-Friendly

This is an eco-friendly paint, which makes one feel good about supporting the company with your business.

After all, they are not under any legal obligation to produce eco-friendly paint, though there is an obvious marketability incentive to do so. Still, environmental protection is very important, and this also makes the paint much less vile on the senses.

Long lasting

One of the more unusual features of this product is a ten-year warranty.

I say that it is unusual because most paint doesn’t come with any kind of warranty, let alone a warranty with such a long term. This indicates that the company is very confident in the durability of their product.

This paint applies very smoothly, having no real tendency to chunk up and form clumps. If there’s one thing I cannot stand, it’s finding clumps in the paint. You will get pretty good coverage out of a single can of this stuff, and the thick consistency should do an excellent job of hiding whatever it is that you are painting over.

Protects mold and mildew

Another good thing is that this paint contains substances that are meant to fight mold and mildew. This makes it great for wood in wetter areas that would normally be quite prone to mold/mildew issues. If this paint resists mold and mildew as well as advertised, it wouldn’t be a bad choice for your next bathroom job.

Pros
  • Available in semi-gloss or low-sheen
  • Subtle, muted colors
  • Eco-friendly
  • Ten-year warranty
  • Applies smoothly with good coverage
  • Fights mold and mildew
Cons
  • Not good for those who hate pastel colors
  • Not available in full gloss
  • Water-based paints require more coats

8. New York Botanical Gardens – Warm Tropical Colors for Exterior Wood

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This is a lovely pastel paint from the people at New York Botanical Gardens. This is not just one kind of paint, but an entire line of paints designed around a tropical theme. A wide variety of colors are offered, such as “Bird Of Paradise,” “Lagoon,” and “Caribbean Blue.” Obviously, this line of paint isn’t necessarily a good choice for those who don’t like a tropical theme, or for those who have chosen a dark-colored theme for their home or place of business.

Paint and Primer in One

One of the best things about this paint is the fact that it is also a primer. This line of paint includes both paint and primer in one can.

Depending on the size of your painting job, this can save you quite a few hours of work. If you are hiring contractors to paint your home, paint like this will mean fewer work hours, which means a lower bill for you when it’s all said and done.

Covers imperfection

This paint is advertised as containing a new “high hide” formula. Upon doing a little more research, I see that this kind of paint is intended to do a better job of hiding whatever color or surface lies beneath.

When you are painting wood, this might be a good thing or a bad thing. If you want to preserve the woodgrain to any extent, this might not be your best choice. However, those who wish to preserve the grain of a wooden surface should use a stain and/or shellac rather than use any kind of paint.

This is a somewhat environmentally friendly paint and has very little odor. It is low in VOC’s (volatile organic compounds), and this makes it less unpleasant to use.

Pros
  • Available in a wide variety of nice, appealing colors
  • Great for those who live in Florida, where tropical colors are almost mandatory
  • Does a good job of hiding old colors and finishes
  • Low odor
  • Primer and paint all in one
Cons
  • Not suitable for those who don’t like tropical colors
  • Might provide too much hide for some wood-painting applications

Buyer’s Guide

As seen in many of the options above, to achieve the best look, there is a process that must come before painting any exterior wood. Though some products include a primer, most advise that you sand and finish wood before it is painted. Why? Let’s walk through the process.

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Wash the Wood

Hair, dust mildew and other particles can get mixed up in your paint. This will cause visible blemishes, bumps and imperfections. Washing down the wood with mild soap and water or tri-sodium phosphate (found at your local hardware store) will save you from future headaches.

Sand the Wood

Even if the wood came from a hardware store, sand it down with a 180-200 grit sandpaper and then wipe off the dust with a cloth. Sanding the wood gives the paint something to attach itself to.

Prime the Wood

Primer chemically bonds to problematic areas of the wood and gives the paint an even surface to rest on, so that the end result is more uniform. I’ve put together great primers for the wood so that you can pick up exactly what you need. After applying primer, lightly sand the wood one more time and wipe it down. Now, you are ready to start painting.

Seal the Wood

Remember if you’re painting wood which is going outside make sure the paint has a built-in sealer or add a sealer once the paint is dry.

While many paints say that they include a primer, be wary about skipping all of the steps above before applying, even if it is high quality. While washing, sanding and priming the wood can be time-consuming, each step gets you closer toward your goal of having a project that is painted in the most professional manner and ensures the longevity. Ultimately, decide what kind of paint to purchase based on what you are painting, where it will live (indoor or outdoor), how much time to have to complete the project and what color and finish you want the project to have. The great projects are those that keep their beauty with minimum maintenance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Never try to paint over an existing wood surface without first prepping it.

Applying a fresh coat of paint directly over the old one will not work and will ultimately peel. Stripping old paint before applying a new one will give you better results.

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Yes, you can paint over stained wood. To paint over a stain, sand any shiny surfaces lightly until they are dull, then wash them down with a damp towel soaked in de-glosser.

Allow for drying time. To avoid bleed-through, use a quick-dry primer-sealer in equal strokes. Allow the sealer to dry before applying the final coat.

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Yes, you can spray paint on wood. Spray paint dries much quicker than brushed on pain. Spray painting wood is a simple technique to get a smooth, uniform surface.

It is especially true with intricately designed products. Spray paint will give you a near-perfect finish, but painting with a brush might result in drips and brush marks.

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If the wood isn’t bare, untreated wood, repair any cracks or holes with wood filler and sand the whole surface with different sandpaper grades ranging from medium to fine before applying the fresh paint.

If you’re painting raw, untreated wood, the answer is: no, you cannot paint directly on the wood.

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If the wood is bare exterior wood, you need to prime it before painting. The high-solids content of primer aids in filling the wood grain and provides a smooth surface for the final coat.

Unfinished woods are prone to soaking up paint, and primer helps seal the surface to avoid this.

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Yes, Exterior paints repel water. They create a stronger and more durable finish, making them an excellent choice for exterior wood projects.

For many years, oil-based paints were the preferred choice for exterior work, but recent technical improvements in water-based paints have made them superior. Acrylic paint is the most long-lasting. It’s flexible and resistant to fading from the sun and damage from rain and other environmental factors.

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You can know if the wood is dry enough to paint by putting few drops of water on the surface of the wood. It is ready to be painted if the water soaks in.

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To prepare exterior wood for painting you need to :

  1. Scrub away accumulated dirt, filth, mold, and other residue using a mild detergent. When you’re happy with the way the wood looks, rinse it down with a garden hose from top to bottom. Allow a full day for the surface to dry before proceeding.
  2. Use wood filler to repair big holes, nail holes, and gouges.
  3. Sand the surface to make it ready for new paint. To grind down sharper edges, start with low-grit sandpaper of approximately 60 grit.
  4. Prime surface for painting. Select a latex-based primer intended for outdoor usage. These materials are more resistant to the heat, dampness, rubbing, and swelling that outdoor wood surfaces are frequently exposed to.
    They may bend a little, making them less prone to cracking than paints that harden into a rigid shell. Your paintwork will appear better and last longer as a result.
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A clear polyurethane coating can help protect exterior paint on wood and extend its life.

Polyurethane is a synthetic, oil-based varnish that coats painted and bare wood surfaces with a durable and protective layer. It comes in liquid form, which you may apply with a brush or a spray can.

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If the wood is simply wet on the surface, it generally only takes one sunny day or two to dry before painting. If the wood is moist, it will take many sunny or windy days to dry it out.

Depending on the size of the wood, you should let it cure for a week to a month.

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Painting covers the surface of the wood, whereas a stain penetrates it. Unlike paint, which covers and hides the beauty of your wood, stain protects and maintains it.

Paint lasts longer on outdoor wood. whereas stain provides the natural look of wood. If you are looking for the best protection paint is better. If you are going for a natural look stain is the way to go.

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With current advancements in paint technology, they adhere quite well to wood, even without priming. Good quality paint will stick to bare wood flawlessly.

The purpose of primer is to make the wood less porous. It is not the glue that adheres the paint to the wood. It is recommended to prime wood before painting it as it provides a smooth and clean area for the paint to adhere to.

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There are two types of paints suitable and durable for outdoor wood: Oil-based paint Acrylic paint.

Oil-based paints dry harder, which provides excellent resistance to wear and tear. It tends to crack and turn yellow over time.

Water-based paints have recently achieved technological advances that make them a better overall choice. Acrylic paint is the most long-lasting between the two. It’s flexible and resistant to fading from the sun, as well as damage from rain and other environmental factors.

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Larry Jenks
Larry Jenks
6 months ago

Hi, William…
We built a wood pergola over an outdoor courtyard at my church. Some of the wood is exposed truss framing from the original roof, to which we scabbed on 2×10 extensions. All of the wood is untreated 2x framing material. We have coated it with Benjamin Moore solid color stain 3 times, most recently 3 years ago. It has not held up well in the brutal Colorado summer sun. The wood has once again started cracking and flaking, so we are looking for a better product to coat it with that will last longer than 3 years. We would have to match the stain color, or use a clear coat with a satin or matte finish. What would you recommend?

Christina
Christina
1 year ago

Hi I am planning to paint an outdoor wooden swing. I wanted to have a pastel matte color for the base, then was planning to paint colorful flowers/nature all over the swing. The swing has a platform and wooden seats. What paint would you recommend for the base? Also, do the colorful designs have to be painted with special outdoor paint as well? Or would it be okay to use regular acrylic and then apply a varnish/sealer to the swing. Thank you!

Brandon
Brandon
1 year ago

Hiya,

I’m painting Adirondack chairs that will live outside in Massachusetts. Looking for a white glossy finish. It’s going on bare wood. Best recommendation?

Jessica
Jessica
1 year ago

I have a love seat and couch that my dad and grandpa hand built in the late 60’s that is made of wood that I want to redo and paint to use outside near our pool. I’m not really sure what product would be best to keep it from rotting or getting ruined. What are your thoughts? I can send pictures if that helps. Thank you!

Diane Haviland
Diane Haviland
1 year ago

Hi William,
I would love it if you can help me. Many years ago in South Africa my Dad built be an eight food wood dining room table. He was somewhat of a perfectionist and this table has held up extremely well. Over the years it has gotten some dings and scratches (kids…) and I’d like to sand it down and refinish it. My Dad unfortunately passed away four years ago so I can’t ask him but I do believe he used Glatex 8 to paint it. You cannot destroy this paint. A wet water glass can sit on the table, leave a terrible white ring and the next day it is gone! Do you know of an equivalent in the United States? It would need to be black in color.
I’d really appreciate it if you could help.

ALBERT BANGCAYA
ALBERT BANGCAYA
1 year ago

I have wooden garage door and what paint will you recommend that will prime and seal? Thank you!

Th Jesse
Th Jesse
1 year ago

Hi I want to paint my bees hives which is exposed outside 24/7, I need my wood to protect from sun, rain , weather, mold etc … can u
give suggestions?

Stephen Clark
Stephen Clark
1 year ago

Hi, what would you recommend to paint an outdoor bench which I am building? the wood is planed unprimed. I want the legs and rails to be dark grey or black and the seat tops just sealed wood all in a matte finish. Thanks

Kathy Mathews
Kathy Mathews
1 year ago

Can Kilz exterior paint be color matched? I Want to sand down some peeling wood on our screened porch gazebo wall ledges and repaint with same color. I need it to be durable and water proof if possible. Also, would the Kilz work for repainting our deck railings as well?
Thank you

Carlos Aguilera
Carlos Aguilera
1 year ago

Hello. Great article. I am doing a shiplap accent wall on a bathroom with pine boards. Could you recommend a white paint that could be water repellent from the shower and vanity splashes?
Thanks Best regards.

Sharon aldighieri
Sharon aldighieri
1 year ago

Hi i a going to paint some outdoor muskoka chairs like the ones you see at Margaritaville with parrots, palm trees etc. On them ….. what do you suggest for the main colour? I need a paint that I can paint the birds, trees etc. On top of and then can it be sealed where the picture is? What do you recommend

Stacy
Stacy
1 year ago

Great article! I want to paint a wooden retainer wall in front of my mom’s house. It has never been painted but I’m sure was pressure treated when installed almost 50 years ago. Any suggestions?

Elinor Fowler
Elinor Fowler
1 year ago

I walk with a cane or a walker. My house sets 35 inches off ground so I need to paint 35 foot long ramp. I cant afford to get it painted every
Year or even every five years. I walk on the inclined surface and have stairs for others. Help.

Kristina
Kristina
1 year ago

Hi!
I’m painting the shell of our hot tub, which is wood, and need something that will withstand lots of sun exposure as well as cold nights (we basically live in the desert), occasional water spillage and is easy to apply.
Do you have any recommendations?
I’ve used Sherwin Williams a lot in the past, but am open to any suggestions you have.
Thank you!

Beth W.
Beth W.
1 year ago

I am looking to repaint a wooden swing set. There isn’t a huge surface for walking as the stairs are metal and the base of the playhouse is not rather large. I’d like to find a paint that I can get in several fun colors (rather than brown). Are there any good suggestions?

david Holbrook
david Holbrook
1 year ago

Any suggestions for a heat resistant white paint for wood exterior garage doors exposed to strong sunlight in summer.

Steve gorman
Steve gorman
1 year ago

Hi William could you tell me the best paint to use on a south facing shed all ones I’ve used have blistered

Tom
Tom
1 year ago

Hi William, any recommendations for painting exposed Tannalith treated softwood beams inside a house?

Pamela
Pamela
2 years ago

I am looking for a recommendation for paint to use for a horse drawn wooden cart. It has been previously painted, and I do not know what kind of paint. I want it to be shiny when finished 🙂

Mila
Mila
2 years ago

Love your article, William. I want to paint my outdoor bare wood table, but the problem is I’m living in Mobile. It’s very rainy town so I think protecting the table against moisture is a good idea. Unfortunately, I haven’t seen any waterproof brands on your list. Can you please tell me if there are waterproof paints for wood I can use? Thank you in advance.

Chris T**
Chris T**
2 years ago

Hi there! Last October I painted my fence gates with Behr exterior. I liked the results, so far paint looks great, there are no peelings off or rives. I want to paint interior stair rails this spring. I have a half a gallon of Behr left over and I wonder if I could use it to paint the rails. Or maybe I need to buy another tin of paint, especially for the interior? Your answer will be very helpful.

Laura
Laura
Reply to  William Stewart
1 year ago

We bought an outside cat shelter, we live in Pennsylvania where Winter is approaching fast. The original paint on the shelter is light n splotchy and there is no way it is waterproof. My question is, can you recommend a paint that would do well in Northern winters and also not be overwhelming to our cats nose. Thanks 🙂

michael
michael
2 years ago

Hi good article. I need the best exterior wood paint, I read your article and now I’m choosing between kilz and rustoleum. What’s the better choice?..

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