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Old 11-01-2011, 06:45 AM   #31
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White dusty spots on dark blue wall!!!!!!!!!


I think we need one of you unfortunate "victims" to reach out to the BM tech department for some clarification, as it seems they are the common demoninator here. I've ony seen this one time in my life but didn't have to solve the problem or deal with it. Keep us posted.

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White dusty spots on dark blue wall!!!!!!!!!


did you ever find out..because we have the same problem that started about a year ago...re painted and same thing...it is very strange...wondering if it is bad batch of paint...what brand and color did you use?
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BTW- this is a very old thread- don't expect a direct answer from the OP.
But if you read the thread it might give you your answer.
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Old 08-06-2012, 09:56 AM   #34
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1. Clean walls with TSP.
2. Repainted using first an oil based primer
3. Painted with new color
BTW I used Sherwin Williams this time no more Benjamin Moore.
was told it is most likely due to the paint not curing properly. Either too hot or too cold .
It worked for me and I had been having this problem for years just painting over did not work this has been over 6 months and not reoccurring.

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