Painted ceiling

Pam asked 4 months ago

My husband just finished painting the ceiling in the kitchen it was cleaned and prepped prior to painting. After it dried he inspected his job and notices a ton of burr like areas that now have to be sanded down and re-painted. What is this caused from? Thank you so much, we are clueless as to why this happened.

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crowderpainting Staff answered 4 months ago
  1. One possibility is using a cheap roller cover.  The fine fibers of a roller cover can come off when rolling and be embedded into the paint. ofter rolling up into a tiny ball and looking like a “burr”.  This usually only happens with cheap covers. 
  2. Another possibility is a chemical reaction between the paint and a surface contaminate.  Oils from air fresheners or candles can be a source of problems.  If the “burrs” are isolated or confined to single areas then this is a possibility.
DonaldIbanez answered 4 months ago

May be it is because of any chemical reaction.

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