Here’s what to know.


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Look, we all wish we could have real wood clapboard, but the reality is, sometimes it’s just not in the budget (or on the rental). So, if you’re working with vinyl, what do you do? Well first, you’ll want to take good care of the siding, providing proper maintenance and cleaning. But, even if the vinyl in its best possible condition still leaves you unhappy, there’s good news: You don’t have to live with it that way. That is to say: Yes, you CAN paint your vinyl siding.

“The paint application process for painting vinyl siding is actually easier and can be less labor intensive than for wood, masonry, or hardboard painting projects, because vinyl siding does not retain moisture and can dry off rather quickly and can also be easier to clean,” says Mike Mundwiller, Field Development Manager for Benjamin Moore. But, like all renovation projects, there are some important things to know before you do.


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