Listed below are some common mishaps and what to do when they happen.The paint won't adhere to the wall: This is usually due to paint incompatibility. If you apply a latex paint over oil base paint, the paint will not adhere properly. To correct this problem, you would need to remove the latex paint from the oil paint by stripping, sanding and priming the surface until it is prepped properly for using a water based latex paint.Blistering: This typically occurs as a result of moisture; however other causes could be responsible. Some of the most common are painting a warm surface, inadequate surface preparation, or leaving the paint film to dew (especially in areas of high humidity). First, remove the source of moisture if possible. You will have to scrape the blisters off, sand the area and then repaint.Fading: Sunny exposures may cause premature fading of paint application. The typical causes of this problem are using the wrong paint or paint mixture.
Using lower quality paint, over tinting paint or tinting paint that isnt suppose to be tinted, and using an interior paint outside on an exterior wall. It can also cause chalking. Make certain the paint you purchase is meant for the purpose you intend to use it for.*Picking poor quality paint can also result in gloss retention. Good quality acrylic latex paints have a binder in them which is resistant to UV radiation, while other paints such as alkyd or oil paints absorb and breakdown.Lapping: Have you ever used a roller to paint a room and were about to congratulate yourself on a good job done quickly?
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