the new painted surface rough

Tue, Sep 12 2017 04:17am EDT 1
happywork
happywork
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Lacquered rough: the new painted surface rough, usually used in the paint is not clean or by the surrounding environment pollution. It is also possible that the paint is mixed with patent leather, which is dusted before distributor decking cost estimator it is precipitated or filtered, or when the paint is dry. To prevent this problem, clean paint and paint bucket must be used. Old paint must be used before the use of paint filter paper or clean nylon stockings. In addition, the painted surface is covered with a cover or cardboard when the paint is dry, to prevent dust.

If the paint is rough, until it is dry, with wet and dry sandpaper polished smooth, wipe, and then re-brush on the paint. Pay special attention to the paint brush must be clean. Paint dry: poor indoor ventilation or temperature is too low, the paint is dry slowly. At this time you trex board width can open all doors and windows to promote ventilation, or put a heater in the room to increase the room temperature. Such as still can not solve the problem, may be painted on the surface greasy.

At this point can be used chemical paint removal or heating to remove the paint, thoroughly wipe the surface and then paint. Paint sticky insects: try to take advantage of the paint is not dry when the bug ticked, and then dip a little paint with a smile to gently repair the surface. Such as paint has been dry, you need to wait until wood plastic products outdoors the film becomes hard and then remove the insects, so that the surface will not make a mess. Painted wood surface Shen Shen dark spots: may be the wood section before the paint is not sealed, the sun a sun, the wood section of heat, resin from the wood towels caused by exudation. At this point can be scratched with a scraper paint, and then polished with a fine sandpaper to expose the wood festival, with a seal wood packaging material advantagelacquer seal, until the dry, and then re-painted.

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