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How to Fix Peeling Paint

Peeling paint is hard to ignore, and can detract from the overall look and freshness of your interior. It can be caused by a number of things: excess moisture, lack of surface preparation, dirty walls, or a mix of oil and latex paint, to name a few. Unfortunately, there’s no easy fix for peeled or…

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Damp Walls

Damp Walls: Causes and Remedies

Damp walls are not something to be ignored – they can become a serious health threat to you and your family if left untreated. Before you attempt to rid your walls of damp, you’ll need to determine the cause. Here’s our guide to the top three most common causes of damp walls, and how to…

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Troubleshooting Common Paint Problems

Is your paint cracking, peeling, or loosing its colour? Interior paint problems can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you’re not sure what’s causing the issue, or how to fix it. Here are a few common paint problems, how they are caused, and how to get your paint looking good as new. Paint Mould What is…

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Why Does Paint Blister?

After completing a paint job, the last thing you want to see is paint blisters and bubbles. While latex and acrylic paints are most prone to blistering, bubbles can form on all paint types, and on both interior and exterior paint jobs. How Do Paint Blisters Occur? Blistering occurs when the top coat of paint…

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Troubleshooting Paint Surface Problems

Whether you’ve bought an old, rundown house that needs serious revamping, or have allowed the condition of your house to deteriorate, if the exterior is anything like the one on the left, you’re going to need to take stock of the situation and consider what can be done to rectify your paint surface problems. And…

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