Solutions

Restoration of the problems encountered in painted wooden surfaces

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After having applied a white solvent based enamel paint, the wooden surface turns yellowish

POTENTIAL CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM

a) Application of bad quality enamel paint for wooden surfaces
b) Painted surface is in a room of smokers
c) Painted surface is in a room with low or no light (basement)
d) Normal corrosion through time

SOLUTION

1: Rub surface with a sandpaper and remove all loose parts.
2: Clean thoroughly surface from dust.
3. Apply STATUS POLYPRIMER, an ecological multi-purpose primer
4: Apply the ecological water based enamel paint STATUS AQUADROP, which has great hidding power, easy application, does not stain and is completely odorless.

After application of enamel paint for wooden surfaces, there are differences in tone or gloss

POTENTIAL CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM

a) Bad preparation of substrate
b) Paint was extremely dilluted

SOLUTION

1: Rub surface with a sandpaper and remove all loose parts.
2: Clean thoroughly surface from dust.
3. Apply the ecological water based enamel paint STATUS AQUADROP, which has good coverage, easy application, does not stain and is completely odorless. Alternatively, you can use STATUS ENAMEL PAINT FOR WOODEN SURFACES, which has excellent quality, perfect workability and great hidding power.

Paint has loose particles – bubbles – blows

POTENTIAL CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM

a) Bad preparation of substrate
b) Application of bad quality of paint
c) Bad application of paint
d) Application made on surface that had already too many coats previously applied

SOLUTION

1: Rub surface with a sandpaper and remove all loose parts.
2: Clean thoroughly surface from dust.
3. Apply STATUS POLYPRIMER, an ecological multi-purpose primer.
4: Apply the ecological water based enamel paint STATUS AQUADROP, which has good coverage, easy application, does not stain and is completely odorless.

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