Ack! Peeling paint over laminate! What to do?!?
I left it covered with a tarp, planning to finish it today. Last night we had a HORRIBLE thunderstorm- and I knew I'd have problems. The paint is now peeling in rubbery sheets. So I have two questions- 1) Did it just not dry good? It had time about 48 hours dry time before the storm. Did I not let the primer dry long enough? It had about 24 hours curing time before the paint started going on. And 2) How do I fix this? Let it dry then sand the spots that have peeled? Try to peel it all back off and start over? The primer seems to be sticking to the laminate of the furniture just fine- it's the paint that's the issue.
Thanks for all your help!
Kim in NC
PS- I KNOW the piece should not have been sitting out, but this storm came out of the blue. Ack.
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