Dried paint drips are one of the most frustrating problems that can occur when painting a woodworking project. Paint drips are caused too much paint on the surface, often by overloading the brush or roller. Gravity takes its toll on the excess paint, and the rest is history. Of course, it's easy to say that one should never overload their brush, but even the most talented painters have to deal with drips occasionally.
How should one deal with dried paint drips?
Learn some tips for dealing with paint drips, both when they're completely dry and when they're in that "kinda dry" state, in How to Fix Paint Drips
Will these tips solve all of your paint drip problems? Not likely. They should make the drips less noticeable, though.
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