The existing paint film shrivels wrinkles or swells during new finish application or drying.

  • Use of incompatible materials. Solvents in new topcoat attack old surface which results in a distorted or wrinkled effect.
  • Improper drying time. When synthetic enamel type undercoats are not thoroughly dry, and surfaces top coated with lacquer.
  • Effect of old finish or previous repair.
  • Improper surface preaparation.
  • Wrong thinner or diluter.
  • Application of coats too heavily.
  • Excessive film build.

  • Avoid incompatible materials such as a thinner with enamel products, or imcompatible sealers and primers.
  • Allow sufficient flash and dry time.
  • Select the correct thinner and diluter specified on the Technical Data Sheet.
  • Solvent test and remove solvent-sensitive substrates.
  • Avoid excessive film thickness.
  • Remove finish from affected areas and refinish. In very severe cases the whole paint system must be removed to the substrate and be refinished.
  • Prime surface with high quality primer. CM 6000 AC Primer 700/ U-Colux Brown Primer/CM EX9000 Self Etch Primer/ CM EX9000 Conventional Metal Primer/ CM EX9000 Zinc Chromate Primer/ CM EX9000 Epoxy Red Oxide Primer
  • Repaint surface with appropriate finish or high quality finish. CM 9900 Premium High Gloss Paint/ CM 2P EP Heavy-Duty/ CM NC Industrial Lacquer/ CM EX9000 Heat Resisting Aluminium/CM EX9000 Micaseous Iron Oxide/ CM U-Colux Automotive Finish/ CM EX9000 Aluminium Paint

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