Curtis Dawe, owner
Bubbles resulting from localized loss of adhesion, and lifting of the paint film from the underlying surface.
● Applying oil-based or alkyd paint over a damp or wet surface.
● Moisture seeping into the home through the exterior walls (less likely with latex paint).
● Exposure of latex paint film to high humidity or moisture shortly after paint has dried, especially if there was inadequate surface preparation.
● If blisters do not go all the way down to the substrate: We remove blisters by scraping, and sanding, and repaint with a quality acrylic latex interior paint. If blisters go down to the substrate: We remove the source of moisture, if possible. Repair loose caulking; consider installing vents or exhaust fans. Remove blisters as above, remembering to prime before applying the top coat.
Curtis Dawe, Owner