Why Does My Paint Bubble on My Wall?

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Your paint bubbles on the wall are an indication of a problem with the bond between the new coating and the surface. Your wall may also be a sun warmed kind of wall or a damp kind.
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The main reason for paint bubbles, is too much air in the paint. Be sure to let it sit before using and do not stir too much. Another reason could be that you are using large fiber paint rollers.
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