Print Resistance Failure

PrintResistanceFailureCAUSES: Not allowing enough time for the paint to properly dry and cure. Applying the finish coat before the primer has properly dried. Selecting a paint product not the best suited for shelving and cabinet use. Premature placement of excessive weighty objects on shelves.

 

SOLUTIONS: Allow the full curing time recommendation before putting the surface back into service. The prime coat must dry the recommended time before applying the finish coat. Apply with a uniform spread rate. Use paint products that have the best print resistance.

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