Andy morning to you.
The Prestonett filler is working a treat in the main although I made the fool mistake of doing a room that whilst less important (our gym) is probably the most complex in the bloody house…down-lighters, mirrors on walls, loads of power and cable outlets and a split level roof and chamfered angled corners running between wall and ceiling…nitemare in logistic terms.
So way more time consuming than imagined but result = perfection. Another league again.
A simpler more normal room would be way quicker. Anyway adopt, adapt and improve.
Quick question though Andy if I could please:
… I get a lot of bubbles (either raised above surface like little domes) or the reverse, small craters. It is obviously my technique not product (product is a joy to use) but any ideas based on your experience why? Is why I’m loosing a lot of time…going over a second and third pass in patches.
It does not matter so much for this room…nearly at the paint prep stage but keen to try adjust that for next time.
All the best