Have you ever noticed certain problems in your interior painting? True enough, paints can wear and tear throughout the time. So, if you’ve noticed that something is happening with your interior painting you should take a look at the issues we have listed here.
Blistering is bubbles that are slowly forming the underlying surface of your wall paint. It can be caused by trapped air or moisture in between the surface and your paint. It is also caused by poor surface preparation. If the surface is not thoroughly cleaned and dried up when the paint was applied, your paint could blister even if it is still new.
Foaming is when the finish product is having an unfinished surface mainly caused by using the wrong roller. As a general rule, you need to choose the right roller or brush for a particular surface. But when the bubbles burst craters are left on the film surface – sometimes the craters dry to give an even firm.
Mud cracking happens when the paint is unevenly applied such that the surface is too thick or heavy. The resulting finish is like that of a dried-up mud. It can also happen if you’re using a paint brush instead of a roller.
Mold growth is rather a result of time rather than a painting mistake. Some of your interiors that are exposed to moisture can stain or discolor due to mold growth. As a remedy, you need to scrape off the molds and treat the place first to prevent further infestation. Without proper treatment, your mold problems can continue for years. Even if you replace the paint with a new one, it will continue to stain on that particular area.
Cracking plaster usually happens in newer homes. As the name says, it happens when the paints start to crack and peel away. The reason for this can include poor surface preparation, excess moisture, or improper primer. To repair it, you need to cut out all the cracks and remove the dust and debris from the wall. Then you can use a filler to go over the uneven bit and sand the surface make it even.
The paint on your exterior wall can peel or crack due to a lot of factors. Sometimes, the factor can be faulted on inexperienced painter or poor surface preparation prior to the paint application. But can
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