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This problem involves dry paint film that splits through one or more coats of paint. Eventually, it leads to paint failing completely.
It begins with the appearance of hairline cracks and continues to worsen when the flaking starts resulting in paint chips.
Using paint of a lower quality, which provides less than optimal flexibility and adhesion.
The paint was applied to the surface in an insufficiently thick layer.
The surface was not adequately prepared. This is especially true when no priming is done and the paint is applied directly to the bare wood.
When applying latex paint in windy weather conditions or when it is too cool outside. This causes the paint to dry too rapidly.
When the cracking has not affected the substrate, loose and flaking paint can be removed.
You can scrape off the loose or flaking paint using a wire brush. Then sand the area, feathering the edges of the affected surface.
Apply primer to the bare spots and then repaint.
If cracking has affected the substrate all the paint should be removed. Scrape it off, sand the area using a heat gun to facilitate the process.
Apply primer and repaint the entire area.
Use a high-quality latex paint intended for exterior use.