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So my girlfriend and I have been working on a wallpaper removal and painting project the last month and we're almost done except for one corner inside the room. This corner is one that joins a wall that is an outside wall with one that is a shared wall with the neighboring townhouse.
In this corner, the primer we're using (Zinsler) develops some cracks in it as it dries. We had to apply spackle in the corner due to some cracks we found, but gave that plenty of time to dry before we sanded it down.
Most of my searches only turn up paint cracking due to not using primer properly, nothing like this. So we're wondering if anyone has any insight into why this is happening and how to fix it so we can finish painting. Kind of would like to be able to use my bedroom again after all.