Temperature affects paint consistency, drying time, appearance and durability. Recommended temperature ranges vary between brands, and manufacturers list this information on their packaging. Paints, varnishes and sealant... More »

For paint to dry properly, temperatures need to be above 45 or 50 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the type of paint. Solvent-based paints require temperatures to be 45 F or higher, whereas latex paints require 50 F temp... More »

The primary factor affecting temperature is the angle of the sun. Other factors, such as elevation and wind chill, affect temperature or the perception of temperature. More »

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Temperature affects photosynthesis by allowing plants to photosynthesize (i.e., build up) and respire (i.e., break down) when there is optimum daytime temperature. It also enables plants to curtail the rate of respiratio... More »

Paint bubbles develop when the temperature of the painted item rises suddenly, such as when direct sunlight hits the area, according to BobVila. The blisters occur most often with oil-based paint that is applied in multi... More »

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Painting baseboards can be a little problematic, but the task can be made easier by choosing the right brush, setting the temperature in the room at certain levels and cutting in the baseboard to keep the paint from ruin... More »

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Giving painted surfaces the appearance of stone or marble, suede, sandstone, sponging or a chalkboard is possible with the use of different interior paint faux finishes. With the proper instruction and preparation, faux ... More »

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