An unrefined or unbelted mass in a transparent plastic film which has not blended completely into the surrounding material, giving somewhat the appearance of a fish eye. Also called gel.
The effect of surface contamination which causes a circular separation of a paint or gel coat.
A flaw characterized by small openings or craters on a finish surface.
A paint defect resulting in a pattern of small surface depressions or craters in the wet film, often caused by surface contamination such as oil or silicone materials.
A small crater or depression in the finish, most often caused by silicone or oil contamination.
Pock marks or craters that show up on finished surface when silicone is present.
A small globular mass in a transparent or translucent plastic material caused by the incomplete blending of the mass into the surrounding material.
This defect is indicated by small round imperfections in the top coat. The defect is caused by traces of silicone or oil on the surface prior to painting. The remedy is to thoroughly clean the surface and if spray painting, to ensure that there is an oil filter on the air line.
Small craters in a new finish that are the result of an adverse reaction between the finish and substances such as wax or oil on the surface.
A fault in transparent or translucent plastics materials, such as film or sheet, appearing as a small globular mass and caused by incomplete blending of the mass with surrounding material.
A fault in the stencil emulsion normally caused by dirty mesh. An undesirable circular flaw in the printed image usually caused by bubbling of the ink.