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Painter's Tip: How to make spackling repairs without stains on the paint

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Antonio Pintor is coming to you today to present another super tip: how to fix partitions with spackle and get the best paint finish without the putty suffering inflammation when applying the paint…

Usually, I have seen specialists work wrong, but the best known slip among painters is the presence of stains in the artistic creation of severely fixed surfaces!

Truth be told, from time to time, paint stains happen because of the lack of care and the way the paint is used, in different cases, carelessness, and this is a repetitive thing with painters who follow their own speculations, in instead of listening to the expert's voice.

Of course, each circumstance requires an alternate methodology, but with regard to minor divisor corrections, there is one in particular, believe it or not. As such, one should never misbehave in the surface planning cycle or it will influence the paint finish.

In fact, with regard to spackling corrections, there are few professionals who can achieve a decent divider finish. That's because some painters know the tricks of how to apply spackle without allowing the paint to grow when painting the partitions. (Great secret of the masters)

In fact, when it comes to repainting old surfaces, almost no specialist can draw great conclusions when painting partitions and this is due to the direct explanation: lack of involvement in small repairs with PVA spackle, this is the great dilemma of many...

Therefore, today I have chosen to discover one of the privileged facts held securely by the most extraordinary painters in the world, and not at all would they, at any time, reveal it to amateurs in painting. But today, I do!

It may seem like an unimportant thing for individuals who are just starting to work with painting, but one of the most used acrobatics by incredible painters to obtain perfect finishes in painting is linked to the readiness of surfaces and partitions with the mixture of pva and acrylic spackle.

OK. If you are still in the lunar world, know that when doing a small spackle correction on the divider, you should never use PVA putty alone.

That's because spackle PVA quickly assimilates the moisture of the paint and with that, the fixed divider expands and, if you're going to paint on silk, it's definitely going to print or inflate outside!

However, is there a way to prevent spackle from absorbing ink too quickly and increasing in size? In fact, for this, just mix a little acrylic putty with PVA putty and the problem is solved!!!

Use half acrylic putty and half PVA spackle when making the small corrections on the dividers and this way, problems with expansion or stains in the paint will be solved really basic.

OK! Also, remember to consistently apply the base coat (wall primer) over the pva putty or acrylic to complement the finish.

There are a few procedures to follow to get a stain-free paint job on your repairs.

  1. Sand the partitions with sandpaper from n° 120 to 180;
  2. Cleaning of residues caused by sanding partitions;
  3. Use of a dividing arrangement foundation between the surface and the mass, in this case, the preparatory base;
  4. Make a homogeneous mixture of 50% spackling compound with 50% acrylic and apply it to the superficial fixings of the walls;
  5. Trust that the mixture will dry and then get ready to sand the repair putty;
  6. Sand the entire mass of the dividing fasteners (repairs) and then clean the residue that falls on the floor and the accumulation of dust on the walls;
  7. Re-apply a base coat of dividing planning (primer or primer) and trust that the item will be fixed;
  8. Apply 2 layers of paint where corrections were made with clay (mixture of pva putty with acrylic) and wait 4 to 8 hours...
  9. Após 8 horas de espera é a oportunidade ideal para completar o serviço, então aplique 2-3 camadas de tinta em cada superfície que foi restabelecida e sente-se bem para aguardar secar mais uma vez.
  10. Finally, apply fine sandpaper nº P400 or P600 over the entire surface, then clean the residue again and apply a last coat of paint and that's it, finished painting.


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