Will be having new horizontal Cedar clapboards put up in a few weeks.
They will be pre-primed, front and back.
Trying to get a bit of a heads up regarding the painting of them afterwards.
The contractor said that "sometimes" there is a bit of bleeding from the
Cedar clapboards, thru the primer, once they are up. He also suggested
waiting a few weeks before any painting.
a. If so, what should be done about this prior to painting ?
b. Or, will the paint (probably 2 coats of latex) cover up any bleeding
"for all time" ?
c. No matter what is done, is it likely to continue to bleed again (thru the
new paint) ?
Any thoughts on all of this would be most appreciated.