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Hi There,
I recently installed some thin brick veneer on top of a cinderblock extension on my house.

The whole rest of my house is very old brick (a patchwork of 100 years of fixes), and my plan was to paint it all white, and paint the new brick veneer white to match the rest of the house.

I've read that I should wait a year before painting new brick, and wondering if that applies to thin brick veneer applications as well.

I would much rather paint everything in one go a month from now when I paint the rest of the house, so hoping for some advice or guidance!
FYI - I'm in Toronto Canada, in case climate is a factor.
Thanks!
Sean
 

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Hi Sean. Check with the veneer company regarding when to paint. In the meantime, feel free to visit our sister site at the link below. Many of our members here are also members there, so you should find answers to your questions. Nobody other than the veneer manufacturer will be able to give you 100% accurate advice for painting your veneer though. Good luck.


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