Coat wrinkles

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Coat wrinkles

Postby qizhen0809 on Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:38 am

<p>Cause: When the paint is applied, the paint is thickened once and the surface of the paint film becomes rough and wrinkled. Brushing in very hot or cold weather causes the surface of the paint film to dry faster eco plastic decking material manufacturers UAE than the bottom layer, exposing the uncured coating film to an excessively humid environment, and brushing the contaminated surface (if dust or oil is present) Thing). Recommendation: Wipe or polish the surface of the substrate to remove the wrinkled coating. If you apply a primer, make sure the primer is completely dry before applying the top coat.</p> <p> When repainting (avoiding extreme temperatures and humidity), apply a layer of high-quality interior paint evenly. Yellowing of the coating  Cause: Ordinary paints are often exposed to sunlight. After coming from hollow wpc decking above the stove, heating, heating pipes or other materials, it is prone to yellowing. This is due to UV aging and oxidation of other substances. Suggestion: For strong sunlight or vulnerable areas, it is recommended to use high-quality anti-aging, light-resistant latex paint for decoration.</p> <p> Do not choose to paint the price blindfolded. Science is the use of paint is one of the keys to the success of residential renovation. Liang Shanglin, senior engineer, proposed that scientific coatings should be used. First of all, we must understand the function and quality of various coatings. Different applications should choose different coatings instead of higher prices. Economical and durable type Recommended reason: According to the international engineering paint standard design, the construction is convenient, the paint film is strong, the environment is non-toxic, and it is applicable outside deck post mount to any substrate.</p>
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