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" Temperature blistering is most common with thick paint coats of dark colors applied in cool weather. The blisters usually show up in the last coat of paint and occur within a few hours to 1 or 2 days after painting. They do not contain water. "
101 Helpful Painting Hints - Page 29
by Christopher Wager - 2008 - 56 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Wood

U S Dept of Agriculture - House & Home - 2007 - 496 pages
...all surfaces to dry before painting. 5. To avoid temperature blistering, do not apply oil-based paint on a cool surface that will be heated by the sun within...hours. Temperature blistering is most common with thick coats of dark-colored paint applied in cool weather. The blisters usually show up in the last coat...
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