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...
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...
Poor Adhesion

Poor Adhesion

Poor Adhesion When the paint film does not adhere to the surface and peels off, the defect is called Poor Adhesion. Possible Causes Solutions Very Smooth, Oily and Greasy surface • Prepare the surface thoroughly, before painting. • Sand the smooth, oil or greasy...
Wrinkling

Wrinkling

Wrinkling When the painted surface appears wrinkled, with a rough texture, it is termed Wrinkling. The defect generally appears like a skin on uncured paint surface. Possible Causes Solutions Build up of Thicker Film • Thin the paint at a recommended ratio of...

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