Reuse Frozen Paint?

Hi group - It's been between -25C and -40C for about the past week here. I brought in some exterior Behr paint that I had in the garage and it was pretty frozen.
Am I able to use this paint again after I have thawed it out inside ?
Thx, david
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I have used previously paint. Basically, if it will stir up nice and smooth again, it seems to be OK for use. Des

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I wouldn't.

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Only if you paint the house in below zero weather ! Its amazing how fast it dries in that weather too.... you can touch it a minute after you paint and it will be hard. You, on the other hand, wont be hard. They just wont get hard in the cold.
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No, don't do it. I tried it a few years ago and it was a disaster. I actually can't remember what happened but recall putting into my memory bank never to do it again. Pat
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You could reuse it as long as you are able to stir it up smooth. Glycol alcohol is added to protect it when it freezes.
http://www.behr.com/behrx/glossary/glossary.jsp?letter=G

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I would probably use it for the shop, garage, or basement.
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