Appearance of a denser
color or higher gloss where wet and dry layers overlap during paint
• Failure to maintain a
"wet edge" when applying paint.
• Painting in hot weather, especially in direct sunlight.
Maintain a wet edge when
painting by applying paint toward the unpainted area and then back into the
just-painted surface. This technique (brushing from "wet to dry," rather
than vice versa) will help produce a smooth, uniform appearance. It is also
wise to minimize the area being painted and plan for interruptions at a
natural break, such as a window, door or corner (especially important when
applying stain to bare wood). Oil paints generally have superior wet
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