REMEDY FAULTS – ESSENTIAL TIPS – HOME DECORATING

REMEDY FAULTS

DARKENED AREAS
Scrape off the affected area, sand, apply knotting, and redcoat when dry.

Keep equipment and paint clean to minimize the risk of paint faults. Surfaces should be clean, dry, and dust-free. Paint should be fresh or sieved and always applied to a compatible undercoat. Keep paint can lids well sealed. To close a can, place a piece of wood over the lid and hammer it shut. Store brushes paint pads, and rollers in a dry place, wrapped in lint-free cloth or paper.


TEARS & RUNS
Let the paint dry. Rub with sandpaper, clean off the dust, and then recoat.


WRINKLING
Occurs when-paint is applied before first coat is dry. Strip and recoat.


GRIT
If grit is embedded in thy paint, sand lightly, brush, and wipe off when thy.


BLISTERING
Strip pant (if open- grain d wood fill), prime und r oat, and then repaint.


POOR COVERAGE
If the undercoat shows through, apply another layer of latex paint.


FLAKING
Surface as not properly prepared Strip, prepare surface, and repaint.


STAINING
Coat the painted surface with an aluminum primer sealer and repaint.


CRAZING
Occurs when paints are incompatible. Strip and prepare surface. Repaint.


INSECTS
In dry paint, sand and recoat the area. In wet paint, brush off and touch up.