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Blistering

Posted on 01. Aug, 2014 by in Paint Glossary

Blistering

blis•ter•ing

\ˈblis-tər-ing\

noun

A problem in painting when bubbles form on the painted surface; these bubbles are created from moisture in the wood when another coat of paint is applied before the previous coat has fully dried. Excessive heat or grease beneath the coating could also cause blistering.

Blistering is likely to happen on a moist surface that hasn’t been properly dried before it was painted.

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