Fading, Yellowing, Uneven Color
Uneven appearance of a coating's gloss, sheen or luster due to deterioration of the paint film.
Failure of paint to dry to a smooth film, resulting in unsightly brush and roller marks after the paint dries.
Appearance of a darker/denser color or higher sheen where two layers overlap during paint application.
A non-uniform appearance of color, usually corners or edges that may be darker.
Unintentional textured pattern left in the paint by the roller.
Tendency of a roller to throw off small droplets of paint during application.
A repaired or repainted area that is noticeably different than the surrounding space.
Development of a yellow cast in aging paint, most noticeable in the dried films of white paints or clear varnishes.