Paint bubbles, also known as blisters, occur when there is a lack of adhesion between the paint and the surface beneath it. Factors that can prevent adhesion include wet, grimy or hot surfaces as well as moisture seeping... More »

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Paint bubbles can be removed with a trowel. Smaller bubbles may be scraped away. Areas with bubbles should be rubbed with sand paper, and a joint compound should be applied to even out the wall. This compound must then b... More »

There are a number of factors that would cause the paint on a surface to bubble, such as if paint is applied to a hot, damp or moist surface. The mistake of painting over a dirty surface may also cause paint to bubble. A... More »

Paint bubbles can be removed with a trowel. Smaller bubbles may be scraped away. Areas with bubbles should be rubbed with sand paper, and a joint compound should be applied to even out the wall. This compound must then b... More »

It is not recommended to paint over galvanized steel because of the poor surface adhesion properties of galvanized surfaces. Painting a galvanized surface is possible, but ensuring adhesion is difficult. More »

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Paint cabinets by removing all the hardware and doors, preparing the surface, applying primer, and painting the cabinets. The length of the process varies on the size of the project and needs to allow for drying time. Yo... More »

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Chalk Paint is unique because it does not require sanding, priming or other preparation before use, and it is usable on any outdoor or indoor surface. Created by Annie Sloan, the odorless paint is environmentally friendl... More »

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