An effect of non-uniform
color that can appear when a wall is painted with a roller, but is brushed
"cut in" at the corners. The brushed areas generally appear darker,
resembling the "frame" of a "picture". Also, sprayed areas may be darker
than neighboring sections that are brushed or rolled.
• Usually a hiding
(coverage) effect. Brushing will generally result in lower application rates
than rolling, producing a thicker film and more hiding.
• Overspreading (not using enough paint) when brushing.
• Incomplete mixing of the paint in the can.
• Use of poor quality paint that has color shift problems.
Don't "cut in" the entire
room before roller coating. Work in smaller sections of the room to maintain
a "wet edge". When using a brush to "cut in", only "cut in" as narrow as
needed (usually 1''-2'') with the brush, using the roller to complete the
remainder. All colors, including white should be thoroughly shaken at time
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