Blocking

BlockingCAUSES: Insufficient Drying time before pressing the newly painted surfaces of doors and windows together. Lack of adequate ventilation will lengthen drying time. Using slow drying oil based paints. Excessive paint. Recoat before first coat is dry.

 

SOLUTIONS: Allow the proper drying time per label directions. Free windows and doors from sticking before painting. Door and window jams should be properly adjusted for free and smooth operation. Persistent blocking or sticking can be relieved with talcum powder.

 

 

 

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