Frequently asked questions about interior painting
- Brushes contain foreign particles. Both new and old brushes must be cleaned thoroughly before use and all loose hairs and impurities removed.
- You may have applied alkyd paint with a brush recently cleaned with water and not left to dry properly.
- You may have held in the brush in the wrong position when applying the paint. Try different angles of application.
- You may have been brushing the strokes too quickly when applying the paint. Re-brush the surface slowly to break the blisters.
We have a lacquered panel ceiling in the living room. Over time, it has darkened and turned yellow. The room looks pretty gloomy, and I would like to have a transparent light-coloured ceiling that leaves the wooden surface visible. Can it be done?