An online chat friend has, what appears to be, resin/color bleed-
through on a set of 4 interior doors (for a 6' wide doorway),
purchased from Lowes or Home Depot 11 years ago. She primed (X2) and
painted (X2, Sherwin Williams white acrylic) them, 11 yrs ago, and
they developed bleed through. She's always wanted to repair this
problem. I can only upload one pic onto Flickr, other pics are too
large for Flickr upload.
The doors were raw wood, when purchased. It appears there's some, not
only color bleed through, but resin beaded-up, onto the surface, in
some other pics on some areas (not all) of the doors. I suspect the
wood was either not kiln dried properly, if at all. I don't know what
kind of wood it is, but I assume something typically off the shelf.
She thought the problem was the primer/paint. I'm suspecting it's the
wood/resin, not a primer-paint issue. I hope the pic, above, is
Any thoughts and suggestions for repair/refinish would be
appreciated. I've recommended stripping/sanding and refinish with
Zinsser (*shellac) primer/stain blocker, before repainting.