How do I Fix Paint Bubbles?

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To fix a paint bubble,depends if the paint is dry. If so you need to lightly sand the bubble spots. Then you can repaint the area where the bubbles were.
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1. Scrape the excess bubbling paint off of the surface. This is done with the putty knife. 2. Sand the edges of the old paint so that it feathers into the area that was removed. Do
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If it has bubbled but is hard still if pushed on, then this is the beginning of rust. It will be worse under the paint than what you can see. I would get this fixed and repainted
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1. Gather your supplies. See "Things You'll Need" Ad. 2. Lay out your newspapers on whatever surface you'll be working on. 1. Mix together some bubble solution with a few
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Removing blistering paint involves hand scraping and sanding to blend in
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There is no good way to fix paint bubbles. You will need to catch the bubble as soon as possible and pop it. You will want to make sure that you paint over it so that the wall paint underneath does not show through.
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