Interior paint problems
Also known as 'flashing', poor sheen uniformity can be identified as shiny or dull spots on a painted surface that can lead to an uneven gloss.
Yellowing is the development of a yellow cast in aging solvent-based enamels. It's most noticeable in the dried films of white paints or clear varnishes.
Wrinkling in paintwork can be identified by a rough, crinkled paint surface, which occurs when uncured paint forms a 'skin'.
Sagging is the downward drooping movement of the paint film immediately after application that results in an uneven coating
Exterior paint problems
Have you noticed bubbles in your paint film? It's called blistering and results from the loss of adhesion between the paint and its underlying surface.
The accumulation of dirt, dust particles and/or other debris on your paint film may resemble mildew and isn't the best look.
Cracking or flaking is the splitting of a dry paint film. This is a problem that needs fixing as it can lead to complete failure of the paint.
We all know the sun can give us wrinkles, but did you know it can do the same to your paint? Wrinkling is a rough, crinkled paint surface that occurs when paint forms a 'skin'.