Moisture, contaminants and age cause the paint to peel and flake from the surface of a plaster wall. The moisture from a leak in a pipe or high humidity soften the bond between the paint and the wall, causing bubbles. When moisture is dried, loose paint skips. Contaminants on the surface of the wall in the construction phase, such as plaster dust and oil may create a barrier between the paint and the wall.
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Instructions

1
Remove all loose or peeling paint from the surface of the wall using the squeegee. Start on one end of the wall and work toward the other side.

 

2
Alisa unpainted parts using sandpaper grain 100 works in a circular motion. Remove the sharp edges of the paint and any dark or oily part of the wall.
3
Clean the sanded the remaining wall and paint the wall with a damp cloth. Remove all dust and paint chips.

4
Covers the sanded areas with fillings using the squeegee to spread it. Smooth it over the remaining paint. Let dry according to the manufacturer’s recommended time.

5
Sand the fillings with sandpaper grain 200 works in a circular motion. Remove all ridges and bumps of fillings. Nivélalo with the surface of the old paint.

6
Lava wall with a damp cloth, removing all dust.

7
Apply a texture wall repaired area using a style that matches the existing texture on the wall. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer’s application and drying.

8
Cover the repaired area with primer or base, it is using a can of primer spray or a brush to apply it. Some bases are the aerosol cans and generally have a plain white color. For a dark wall color, use a dark primer. A colored base helps integrate new coat of paint on the old paint from the wall. Based allowed to dry completely according to manufacturer’s instructions.

9
Apply the final coat of paint to the wall using a brush or roller. Work from top to bottom .

10
Let the paint dry, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Inspect the repaired areas. If you notice, passes a second coat of paint on the wall.