bubbles

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  1. Jan 5, 2009 #1

    jennyflair@hotmail.co.uk

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    help just repainted kids bedroom i've used the same paint but a different colour and some bits of it are perfect but some have some major bubbles and peeling (down to the plaster) what can i do .the biggest peel is about 2 feet long.
     
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    TaskBoy

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    The bubbling is caused by contamination: dirty fingers smearing stuff as kids often do. You need to scrape and/or sand the area until you get to an edge where the peeling stops. Prime and repaint. I had this happen in our kitchen after repainting. Originally repainted a few years back with no probs but the new paint triggered the reaction.
     

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