Peeling

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'''Peeling''' is the final stage in the failure of a coat of paint due to excessive moisture in the wood behind the paint, or to icompatibility of successive coats. Some types of multi-pigment [[paint]]s fail by '''peeling'''.
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'''Peeling''' is the final stage in the failure of a coat of paint due to excessive moisture in the wood behind the paint, or to icompatibility of successive coats. Some types of multi-[[pigment]] [[paint]]s fail by '''peeling'''.

Current revision as of 13:55, 11 August 2009

Peeling is the final stage in the failure of a coat of paint due to excessive moisture in the wood behind the paint, or to icompatibility of successive coats. Some types of multi-pigment paints fail by peeling.

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