Brush or Roller Marks (Poor Flow/Leveling)
Failure of paint to dry to a smooth film, resulting in unsightly brush and roller marks after the paint dries.
Application of additional paint or rebrushing or re-rolling in areas where the paint has partially dried.
"Working" (e.g. applying too rapidly or for too long) paint too much during application.
Use of the wrong type or nap size of roller cover. Use of the wrong type or size of brush.
Applying too thin of a paint film.
Painting a hot surface or in direct sunlight.
Coating a very porous surface.
Allow the coating to dry thoroughly, then sand the coating smooth, and repaint.
Wait until the paint has dried thoroughly before touching up.
Apply the paint using good painting technique.
Follow label and data page directions for the appropriate quality, applicator size, and type.
Follow label and data page directions for the appropriate film build (e.g. thickness of each coating layer).
Follow label and data page directions for the appropriate environmental conditions.
Prime or seal porous surfaces.
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