Sand-siding-before-painting, if you're just painting to resell, you'll scrape the loose off and paint. if you're going to keep it and use common sense, you'll scrape, sand where you need to feather edges for aesthetics, and paint. that's assuming its flat paint. for glossy finishes, you really better sand it to ensure the new paint sticks permanently.. Before repainting your siding. sand first and then watch the video on how to fill in cracks in siding before painting., how to sand exterior paint. painting the exterior of a home is fairly easy. the preparation of the exterior encompasses most of the work and it is the most important step. if you prepare the ....

Weathered wood siding: stain bonds well to unpainted, weathered wood. if you plan to paint, sand or power-wash the wood to smooth siding that has been exposed to the weather for more than a few weeks. you may have to remove as much as 1/8 inch of the gray, weathered surface to get to the unweathered, natural-colored wood., • the wood can be etched by the water jet, which compromises the wood’s integrity. • while the water jet removes loose paint, it could also deteriorate the bond of the intact paint in the spray area..

Surface prep of a house’s exterior is vital both for health and safety reasons. it can also make the new paint job look good and last. here are the basic exterior painting preparation steps to follow to provide the best finish for your prized clients., how to sand siding before painting.avi - duration: 32 seconds. 570 views; 8 years ago; this item has been hidden. subscriptions. realnewstarget - channel subscribe subscribed unsubscribe 2.59k.