Poor Adhesion to Substrate

Poor Adhesion to Substrate

Poor Adhesion to Substrate The paint film does not adhere to the substrate properly; it peels off here and there. This is due to Poor Adhesion to the Surface. Possible Causes Solutions Unclean surface Clean the surface with volatile solvent Lifting of Primer of Sealer...
Poor Adhesion Between Coats

Poor Adhesion Between Coats

Poor Adhesion Between Coats If, the paint film does not adhere to inter-coat properly, it peels off here and there. This is due to Poor Adhesion between coats. Possible Causes Solutions Sealer and Top coat may not be recommended to be used together. Use the...
Poor Drying or Non-Drying

Poor Drying or Non-Drying

Poor Drying or Non-Drying The paint film does not dry thoroughly due to certain conditions and this results in Poor Drying or Non-Drying. Possible Causes Solutions Humid Weather If possible, place the wood to be painted in a heated drying room. Cold Weather • Maintain...
Bleeding/Leaching

Bleeding/Leaching

Bleeding/Leaching When soluble dye from the substrate seeps through the topcoat, the resultant defect is called Bleeding or Leaching. The defect is also termed Tannin, a kind of brown dye that bleeds from the timber, when it is wet. Many hardwood timbers are affected...
Wood-Blistering

Wood-Blistering

WOOD BLISTERING The defect caused when bubbles are formed on the surface of a coating, by trapping air or vapours beneath the surface is referred to as Blistering. It mostly occurs in areas where veneer does not adhere properly. Blisters resemble uneven collection of...

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