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This rough, crinkled surface occurs when the paint forms a skin.
Paint being applied in too thick a layer. Happens more frequently with oil-based or alkyd paints.
Painting during extremely hot weather.
Uncured paint is exposed to fog, dew, rain or high levels of humidity.
Not allowing the first coat of paint to dry for the necessary length of time before applying the second coat.
Applying paint over a surface that is contaminated with dirt or wax.
Removing wrinkled coating by scraping and sanding the substrate.
Repaint, making sure the coat of top quality paint for exterior use is even.
Allow the first coat or the coat of primer to dry sufficiently before applying another coat. Follow the manufacturer’s directions when spreading the paint.
It is better to apply two thinner coats than one thick one.
This is referred to as the recommended spread rate.
Allow extra drying time if the weather is extreme, very cool, very hot or very damp.