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As per standard practices, painting should take place when surface or ambient temperatures are between 10⁰C and 30⁰C. Painting should cease at 3pm or when rain is imminent. When paint is applied to a surface the drying process begins and film development takes place. During this process the volatile matter or liquid additives start […]
These ugly stains appear when ceilings get wet from water leaks. Before any paintwork is undertaken determine the cause of the leak and then repair. Allow the ceiling to dry. Do not apply a water-based paint over these stains before treating as they will migrate through the paint and reappear. The stains must first be […]
Paint blistering occurs for a number of reasons. The most common causes are moisture related. Moisture problems are generally as a result of inadequate waterproofing and painting on surfaces which are wet. Parapets or flat, uncovered parts of a wall are often not waterproofed and moisture finds a way through the plaster then evaporates forcing […]