: I am using a dark color to paint a room in the interior of my home. I have
: already put on 3 coats, but bleeding is still apparent. What do I need to
: so the paint covers the entire wall, without anything showing thru. Also,
: case it matters, I am using eggshell, not the glossy or semi-glossy
I hope you're not using Wally Whirled's "Color Spot" !
(If you are, you're getting just what you deserve for trying to save a buck
in all the wrong places.)
As far along as you are at this point, get a *good*
paint mixed to the same
color as what you've been playing around with and use it to be done with the
Next time around, do proper prep work and prime the walls. (Tip: tint your
primer to match the hue of the top coat.) Then paint with a *real*
(One gallon of $20 paint that covers in one coat costs less that five
gallons of $9/gallon "bargain" paint!)
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