Soaked my brushes in brush cleaner. I've had to do this dozens of times
b/4. This time, apparently I did not clean the brush cleaner out well
enough from the brush.
Forward to now. Put a second coat on the interior of an entry. The paint
is peeling everywhere. What to do, besides sit & pout the rest of the day?
Maybe watch a game, I'm sure that might fix it!
> ;2931413']Soaked my brushes in brush cleaner. I've had to do this dozens
> of times b/4.
Can you tell us what brush cleaner you used?
What kind of paint did you use? Latex, oil based paint, finger paint?
What is an "entry"? Is it a door, or is it a small landing just inside
the door, and what are the walls of that entry made of; bare wood,
I'm presuming the first coat of paint is not peeling. It's the second
coat of paint peeling off the first. Is that correct?
Can you tell if the first coat of paint was a latex or oil based paint?
Was it fairly glossy?
Was it oil based paint? I don;t use oil based ones ny more.
I ust use soapy water and cleaning comb if it is a good quality brush
for reusing. Or I jut throw it away.
Afraid you'll have to redo the whole thing again.
You must scrape everything off or you will be doing it over even again
after the next coat of paint. Something more is wrong than just paint
cleaner on the brush. That would be gone well before you painted a
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