Decorative Sagging

Decorative Sagging

DECORATIVE SAGGING When the paint drips down from the top layer of application owing to gravity, uneven coverage results and this defect is termed Sagging. Possible Causes Solutions Diluting Paint More than recommended Thin the paint in the suggested ratio of...
Fading / Poor Color Retention

Fading / Poor Color Retention

Fading / Poor Color Retention When the surface is exposed to excessive light, Fading can happen. Southern exposure is the direction of the sun and it is harsher. So, surface with southern exposure fades faster and results in poor colour retention. Poor Colour...
Dirt Pick-up

Dirt Pick-up

Dirt Pick-up The defect, when dirt, dust or other fine debris accumulates on the painted film is called Dirt Pick-Up. The dirt picked up so, might resemble mildew. Possible Causes Solutions • Using Low quality paints • Splashing of Soil on the painted surface Use high...
Chalking

Chalking

Chalking When the paint forms a fine powder on the surface and sticks on the person who leans on the surface, the defect is referred to as Chalking. This phenomenon occurs primarily due to weathering. Possible Causes Solutions Exposure of the Painted surface to...
Decorative-Blistering

Decorative-Blistering

Blistering When the painted surface lifts off and appears like a blister, the condition is called Blistering. A blistered surface will eventually peel off. Possible Causes Solutions Painting on a surface that is too Hot and gets Direct Sunlight Sand or scrape the...

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