A variety of problems may occur on interior painted surfaces. Some of these problems can occur immediately after a freshly painted surface, while others develop over time. To avoid these problems, you should take interior painting average cost before painting. Following are the common issues and ways to fix or prevent them.
When paint is applied to two surfaces, they can become stuck like the door jamb. If the paint was not allowed to dry fully before closing windows or doors, this can cause the problem. You may also have used a less-than-stellar gloss or semi shine paint. The solution is to use a glossier or more semi-glossy acrylic latex. It is important to note that lower quality latex does not block well enough, even in humid environments.
The paint surface will become burnished if you brush or rub it a lot. A glossy, high-shine finish is created. It is possible to rub flat paint so hard in areas of high traffic that the surface becomes shiny. In areas with high traffic, burnishing may occur from frequent spot-cleaning. The shiny effect is caused when furniture rubs up against a flat painted surface. Burnishing is caused by paint that does not resist stains and scrubbing.
To withstand excessive cleaning, you need to use a latex paint that is rated higher for areas painted like door frames, trims, or window sills. It is also recommended that areas which are subjected to heavy traffic, or require spot-cleaning frequently and receive a high level of use should not have flat paint applied. Instead they should be coated with semi or gloss. Use a cleansers that are not abrasive and a sponge to remove these paints. When the cleaned area is rinsed with fresh water, it won’t end up having the burnishing problems.