Spray painting and back rolling

'Back-rolling' is the term most often used in the paint industry to describe the manual process of dryrolling the freshly painted surface with a short to medium nap synthetic roller...

Spray advice: air assisted & airless spraying

The 'how to' guide for spray application - air assisted & airless spraying.

Surfactant leaching

'Surfactant leaching' is best described as soapy, sticky or oily spots or perhaps glossy streaks that appear on newly painted surfaces, usually within the first few weeks after application.

Low VOC paints

The VOC solvents act to slow the initial drying by maintaining a 'wet-edge' which gives a longer time to work with the product.

Drying and hardening of water based paints

All water-based paints undergo a 'drying process'.