“Don’t do what?!” Stephanie says stepping back from the house.
David heaves a sigh of relief. “We can’t start painting yet, the house isn’t dry.” Stephanie frowns and touches the rough stucco exterior. “Feels dry to me.”
“That’s just the surface. We need to make sure the actual stucco beneath the paint is dry too. If it isn’t our paint job won’t last long,” explains David. “This is especially true after pressure washing.”
*What to expect when we pressure wash your home
Stephanie’s eyes widen. “That’s right! The painter told us if that happens our paint can bubble up and crack open.” David nods and gets out his phone. “Exactly. Here, check out this post I found that says how long after pressure washing a house can be painted safely.”
He hands the phone to Stephanie, who sees it’s open on a website. Here is what she reads: