Enclosing the porch in visqueen or tyvek, and bringing in a heater of some
sort, might do the trick.
It's always better to prevent problems, than to be faced with trying to fix
them. Prevention in this case means not painting when it's cold outside.
Some years ago, a house that I passed daily on the way to work was painted in
late November or early December. The work took several days, and the high
temperature a couple of those days was in the low 40s. It looked horrible when
it was finished, blotchy all over. He had to do it all over in the spring.
Doug Miller (alphageek-at-milmac-dot-com)
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