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Chalking surface dusting or powdering improper paint formulation good formulation and application
choose the right type of paint
Bleeding discoloration of coating soluble color in the underlying surface application of an impermeable undercoat
Deadening loss of luster insufficient or deffective undercoats good formulation and application
Washing fading color, exposure of original surface water soluble compounds in pigments sanding then repainting
dissolved during rain storm
Storm Spotting irregular color changes exposure to rain and sun's heat rub with alcohol and repainting
Sagging/Running irregularities of surface improper paint fomulation sanding then repainting
good formulation and application
Stain discoloration of coating exposure to water for metals proper coating of primer
Checking minute cracks improper paint formulation and brushing or sanding then repainting
Alligatoring advanced checking, application of harder drying finish over soft,
incomplete form of peeling where paint slow drying undercoats
cracks inro large segments, the edges repeated appliation of new coats over old coats
away from the surface while the center
remains attached
Peeling swelling of entire film followed by breaking poor application repainting or new work
of film and subsequent peeling dampness, greasy surfaces and moisture
Cracking/Scaling irregular cracks that curls then flakes and dampness or moisture repainting or new work
finally scales off
Wrinkling leather-like texturing application of heavy coats for more thin ones repainting or new work
application during cold weather
Tackiness adhesive property of incompletely dried application of a coating over greasy or unclean good formulation and application
coating old work
Pinholing appearance of pinholes changes in atmospheric conditions during drying good formulation and application
poor application

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