YesPainter checklist for monsoon painting –
What is the right temperature for painting?
Temperature and moisture work in conjunction with each other. The lower the temperature, the longer it will take for your outside surface to dry.
Is your surface dry enough for applying painting ?
Even a few drops count as wet. Check whether the surface is currently wet or not. If not, when was it last wet?
Even if a surface does not appear to be wet, it might have latent moisture that could affect your paint.
YesPainter suggestions for monsoon painting-
Check for crtical areas before applying painting- Wall carvings, nail-holes, hairline cracks, moldings and other sections hidden from the sun might be wet even if other areas have dried-up.
If you do not catch this right away, the water drips down your newly painted surface, creating light streaks.The only cure for this is an additional coat of paint which would again prove to be unwanted wastage of money.
Vibrant wall textures crafted from light-coloured wood textures and cheerful colours act as the perfect foil to tide over rough weather.One great advantage of using this method is that it provides you excellent protection during the rainy season. The quality of paint is such that it prevents the water from seeping into the interiors.