Why does the particle problem occur and how is it solved?
It is likely to come across to the particle problem in all paint, varnish and paste (putty) groups. In general, it is a problem you may face while using interior wall paints. Particles should exist to a certain extent in exterior wall paints. It is essential that the surface where the product will be applied in the interior is clean, in particular free of any plaster dust. If the surface is dusty, this impurity will stick to the paint during application to make you think that the problem is caused by the paint. In addition, attention should be paid to the cleanliness of the brush or roller used in the application. Some color tubes contain bigger-sized particles. When these are added into the paint, the particle structure of the paint may be affected. Some painters add certain substances in the paints for filling purposes, which will cause a particle problem to occur. Tiny pinholes and bubbles arising due to the drying balance and observed in varnishes and synthetic paints after the application may be perceived as particle problems. In some cases, this problem may be caused directly by the product. However, it would be generally useful to check the application conditions and the system of application. In putty applications, if there are particles in the product, this will result in the formation of scratches on the surface. Besides the possibility of a product-related problem, the cleanliness of the surface and of the tools used should be checked.