Your Rustoleum paint is old. If it is old, one way to ensure it’s still working properly is by replacing it every 2 years. Some paint brands have a warranty but other products may be limited to replacement only. If you’re lucky, Rustoleum has a service department, but this option isn’t available at every store. If your paint is still showing some signs of wear, it may have been in exposure to high humidity, which can cause the paint to get thinner. If you think you might need a new paint, you should check out Rustoleum’s website for the latest paint choices, and also the Best Practices section, which lists common problems and can help you figure out what needs a special spray or repair treatment.
How are I supposed to repair my ceiling?
Rustoleum doesn’t have a full line of carpet repair products, but you could always ask the paint department, but be prepared to pay a fair premium. The carpet can go bad really quickly if left to sit in direct sunlight too long. Some carpets can also be affected by excessive moisture from a leaky roof because of the large pores on the underside of carpet, or by mold growth if the walls and ceilings are exposed to humidity. If you spot mold growth, Rustoleum can also help you identify the root cause by using an adhesive called Respire on the underside of your carpet. This may be a good option if you feel like replacing it yourself, but we have no experience using these on our floor.
Why do my carpets appear to have been painted at different points in time?
Rustoleum recommends that their carpet owners wear regular spot-cleaning products, so keep an eye out for rust stains on your floors and walls. Also keep in mind that different places of the floor wear differently, just as a house and car will do.
Will Rustoleum’s carpet damage my floors and windows?
Yes, Rustoleum recommends that carpet owners wear special spray-on carpet protectors for all interior spaces. We are not aware of the damage these products have done, so you should be able to repair any damage that occurs by replacing the carpet, and also use an anti-static spray on ceilings at night, if that’s an issue to you. In general, we recommend that you treat each new carpet piece one time with a non-abrasive spray, wipe it down then spray a milder spray that can be applied to each individual piece of carpet.
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