I need some good advice here. I just started painting up some new cabinets
I built. The have inset doors with a smalll bead molding glued around the
inner edge of the frame. When I paint these I get small paint bubbles in
the crack between the bead and the square faceframe. How can I avoid / stop
/ fix this! Could I thinn down the paint a little? I need some advice
FloeTrol (I think is the correct spelling) additive for latex paint to make
it flow better, no brush marks, no air bubbles. Follow the suggested amount
per quart on the instructions - it works. Also, they make a product for oil
based paints also. This stuff is available at paint stores and at the
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