Failure of coating to properly adhere to surface.
Patterned cracking in the paint film resembling the scales of an alligator.
Bubbles caused from a loss of adhesion and lifting of the paint film from the underlying surface.
Undesirable adhesion between two painted surfaces or between paint and weather stripping.
The splitting of a dry paint film through at least one coat.
Coating (primer, paint or stain) fails to adhere to surface.
Flaking and peeling of a coating applied to concrete flooring.
Loss of adhesion of the interior paint caused by high levels of moisture.
Loss of adhesion of exterior paint, usually exposing the bare surface.
Paint fails to adhere to galvanized metal.
Loss of coating's adhesion to plaster surface in spots or larger areas.
Loss of adhesion of a coating applied to exterior protected areas (under eaves, porches, etc.).
Lack of adhesion of a coating, exposing the surface that was painted.
Loss of adhesion of the paint film, exposing bare surfaces around window frames and sills.
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