I'm removing (and replacing) the wooden siding on part of the exterior of my
house. It looks like the old siding wasn't painted until it was up on the
house, and I don't see any signs of primer being used at all.
I was planning to use primer on all sides (front, back, top, bottom, ends)
of the new siding, doing so before it goes up on the house. Should I?
Or is there some problem with the surface/wood "breathing" that would make
priming a bad idea?
Thanks in advance.
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