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Old 06-06-2013, 03:58 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I got a question about Advance. I had some left over from doing some cabinets and the home owner wanted me to use it on his front door. The door is in a patio area that is protected from rain and stays in the shade. My thought is because it dries so hard it may not respond well to wide temperature changes and may crack. Am I wrong? I've never used it on anything exterior before.
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Hey everyone, I got a question about Advance. I had some left over from doing some cabinets and the home owner wanted me to use it on his front door. The door is in a patio area that is protected from rain and stays in the shade. My thought is because it dries so hard it may not respond well to wide temperature changes and may crack. Am I wrong? I've never used it on anything exterior before.
Well they say it's fine for exterior. I think at first only the high gloss was for both interior and exterior but now they tell me they all are. Best to check with your rep first though.

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Like a 3 season room or something? Yeah it should be fine. Only the gloss finish is rated for exterior use.
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If its humid where you are beware all of the wb oil products I have used have a tendency to block.
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Just keep in mind TDS says to prime first. (thanks damont for pointing this out a while back)
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