Painting Poor Hide For Phoenix/Gilbert Residents

Definition: Failure of dried paint to obscure or “hide” the surface to which it is applied is referred to as Painting poor hide.



* Over-thinning the paint or spreading it too thin causing painting poor hide
* Use of low-quality tools/wrong roller cover
* Use of low-quality paint causes painting, poor hide



* Apply another coat of paint (not over-thinned) at the recommended spread rate.
* Use quality tools and a roller cover with the correct nap if rolling will end poor hide.

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