– Use of an inappropriate thinner.
- Contamination of the surface before painting.
– High air pressure.
– Poor extraction and air flow of the spray booth that allows the dust generated
by the paint itself to settle on the surface once it has begun to dry.
– The paint has dried in the presence of exhaust or industrial fumes.
– Poor drying conditions: Temperature too low, high humidity, lack of ventilation.
– Mixing ratios of hardener and thinner not according to manufacturer’s specification.
– Too many coats being applied.
– Not enough flash off time between coats.
– A highly pigmented ground coat was not stirred enough before use.
– Use of inappropriate sandpaper grade.
– Ground coat was sanded before it was fully dry.
– Hardener expired or damaged (by humidity if the can is left open).
– Use recommended thinner.
– Clean the surface well before painting.
– Use correct mixing ratios.
– Use correct pressure.
– Check air flow of the spray booth.
– Keep workshop warm in the winter.
– Allow the paint to fully dry and polish or respray.
- TEMATY SZKOLEŃ
- Drying is too slow
- BULLES SOUFFLURES
- Stripping / Banding
- Fish eyes
- Spider’s web
- ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION
- CRACKING OR RIPPLING
- Loss of gloss
- Low gloss
- ADHESION PROBLEMS OF THE CLEAR COAT
- Orange peel
- Pin holing
- Poor adhesion
- SHRINKAGE / EDGE MAPPING
- Poor opacity
- Color offshade
- SOLVENT POPPING
- Polish marks
- Sanding marks