Category:Crackle

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Do not Force Dry - it will work but won't create a really beautiful crackle.
Do not Force Dry - it will work but won't create a really beautiful crackle.
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Apply to eggshell or higher sheen.
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For best adhesion results, use Proceed Low Absorbency Base paints. 
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Include results of crackle study.
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Clean and dust the walls down at each step.  Poor adhesion of underlayers could cause the crackle to lift itself and the previous layers of paint down to the weakest point, ex. sheetrock mud dust beneath the primer.
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To fix such areas, sand, reprime and paint as necessary and reapply the crackle to the affected areas.
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Sheen recommendations/crackle:

Revision as of 17:39, 29 November 2010

Do not Force Dry - it will work but won't create a really beautiful crackle.

For best adhesion results, use Proceed Low Absorbency Base paints.

Include results of crackle study.

Clean and dust the walls down at each step. Poor adhesion of underlayers could cause the crackle to lift itself and the previous layers of paint down to the weakest point, ex. sheetrock mud dust beneath the primer.

To fix such areas, sand, reprime and paint as necessary and reapply the crackle to the affected areas.

Sheen recommendations/crackle:

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