Painting Tips
Alligatoring  Blistering  Blocking  Burnishing  Cracking/Flaking 
Efforescence  Exterior Fade  Frosting  Mildew  Nail Head Rusting 
Peeling  Picture Framing  Poor Hiding  Poor Sheen Uniformity 
Roller Marks/Excessive Stipple  Surfactant Leaching  Vinyl Siding Warp  Wrinkling  

The formation of bubbles resulting from localized loss of adhesion and lifting of the paint film from the underlying surface

Painting in direct sunlight or on a surface that is too warm, especially when applying a dark-colored solvent-based coating
Applying an oil-based or alkyd paint over a damp or wet surface
Excess moisture escaping from inside through the exterior walls
Exposure of a latex paint film to excessive moisture in the form of dew, high humidity or rain shortly after the paint has dried

Caulk or re-caulk open joints, check for roof leaks
Apply paint only within recommended environmental ranges
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