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My home was built before stucco was common. It uses T1-11 plywood siding. I had it professionally prepped and repainted about 3 years ago and most of it still looks really good. However, there are a few patches on west-facing surfaces that the sun has really beat up (see attached photo). I am trying to find a way to fix these areas so that I can repaint them and have them look better.

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It is not the paint that's peeling, it's the surface of the siding. I have been pondering how this could be fixed, but everything that I can think of would probably not come out well. For example, if I belt sand them off or scrape them off, I think they will still look like crap after repainting. I have also considered filling the lifted areas with exterior glue or caulk, then repainting. I don't think that will look good, either.

If you have dealt with this type of problem in the past, were you able to fix it? If so, what did you do?

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