The loss of small pieces of a brittle document around the edges due to improper storage and handling.
One method of removing surface defects such as small fissures or seams from partially worked metal. If not eliminated, the defects might carry through to the finished materials. If the defects are removed by means of a gas torch the term "deseaming" or "scarfing" is used.
Characterized by the separation of the paint from the underlying substrate in flakes or chips.
The breaking away of small portions of a paint film due to the inability of that film to flex under impact, thermal expansion or the contraction of the surface.
Removal of finish usually due to the impact of rocks and stones.
Total or partial removal of a dried paint film in flakes by accidental damage or wear during service.
Small pieces of paint removed from the surface, typically a sign of physical damage. Use of a surface tolerant primer for touch up followed by the same finish coat generally solves the problem.
The removal of paint from a substrate by means of impact of sharp stones etc.
The condition that occurs when a dried film of finishing material separates from the underneath surface in the form of flakes or chips. It is usually caused by insufficient elasticity or improper adhesion to the base material.
Condition of the finish flaking off or chipping away from the surface underneath.
The removal of paint and surface contaminants from a surface by means of a sharpened tool.
The breaking away of small portion of the paint film due to its inability to flex under impact or with thermal expansion and contraction of the substrate. It is usually caused by the use of too brittle a film or poor adhesion to the base material.