hello. new here but need some advice from experienced members. we have done a lot of rehabs but this project will go on national register of historic places. it is a pioneer farm in arizona at 5000 ft elevation. some hot days and some snow but otherwise moderate temps. we need to paint the completely faded wood a barn red with cream trim. house was partly shingled with old asbestos wood textured shakes which will be painted same red. have used marquee interior and---aside from the usual complaints i have read here and a learning curve to know how to use the product, i really love it for painting really beaten up old wood trim and doors. it is almost a caulking agent, primer and paint in one. but, we will spray and roll the exterior. is marquee too thick to spray i assume? anyone have any thoughts or experience spraying it? also, the red color. is there anything we should do to make sure we maximize anti fading? We have 2---- 5 gallons of left over beige ulta we could spray first as a primer over the old surfaces or would that reduce the grip of the marquee? Thanks for any advice!!!!