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Professional Opinion
Not well covering
After the application of the paint, failure in covering the dry paint layer.

-The paint was not stired well.
-The paint was diluted too much.
-The paint is spread to far areas rather than they should be.
-Not enough layers are applied to the surface.
-Performing the last layer painting to absorbing surfaces without applying the necessary preparations such as putty or primer.

-As the number of paint layers increase, this problem will vanish.
Especially on the absorbing surfaces such as wooden or plaster, the
last layer painting should be performed after the putty and/or primer application. Do not try to lay on a thick layer of paint. This will cause down running drops or bubbling on the surface and the drying will be delayed.