Remove blisters by scraping, sanding or pressure-washing down to underlying coats of paint or primer. Repaint the surface with a high-quality interior/exterior paint (make sure the surface temperature is below 90º f).
How to Remove Bubbles from Paint?
Bubbles in paint can be a real nuisance, but with a few simple steps you can get rid of them. Removing bubbles from paint is an important part of a successful paint job. This guide will show you how to remove bubbles from paint and get a smooth, even finish.
The first step in removing bubbles from paint is to identify the source. If the paint has been recently applied, the bubbles are likely due to air that has been trapped in the paint. If the bubbles have been present for a while, they may be caused by a reaction between the paint and the surface it is adhered to.
Once the source of the bubbles has been identified, the next step is to remove the bubbles. If the bubbles are caused by air trapped in the paint, gently scrape the paint with a razor blade. The blade should be held at a 45-degree angle, and scraped lightly across the surface of the paint. This will help to release the air trapped in the paint and remove the bubbles.
If the bubbles are caused by a reaction between the paint and the surface, the only option may be to remove the paint and start over. This will ensure that the bubbles are gone for good.
Once the bubbles have been