Hi all. I am here from the HVAC side of things. I am currently having a good bit of clapboard siding (around 50%) replaced on an old victorian home. The existing siding is heart pine and we are replacing with cedar. I am starting to get real concerned about the knots bleeding through as there are a lot of them. The original plan was to use SW oil base primer and then top coat with SW Emerald or Resilience. Now I'm wondering if this is enough to prevent bleed through. We are planning on painting the house back white which isn't really helping my cause any. Have any of you successfully painted this type of cedar a light color without bleed through? Just trying to head off any problems in the future. There should be a picture attached.
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