Surface scaling on the sheet of paper. Sometimes called scuffing.
having the paint loose and peeling away; "a dilapidated house with peeling paint"; "peeling row houses"
The failure of paint film to adhere to its substrate. Peeling results when contaminated surfaces are painted, when there is excessive difference between paint and surface polarity or thermal expansion, or when there is solvent incompatibility.
The stripping of a paint film from the surface.
The floor finish pulls away from the floor surface in large flakes or strips. It is caused by poor adhesion related to alkali residues.
Detachment of a coating film from a substrate. Shivering, Curling.
Peeling is simply another type of flaking where the amount of paint film removed is greater.
Paint curling or stripping.
The detachment of paint from the surface in ribbons or sheets. Like flaking, the result of loss of adhesion.
A defect in a dried film manifested by large pieces becoming detached from the under surface and coming loose in sheets or large flakes.
Peeling occurs when the paint film peels off in large segments. When a surface is coated with multiple layers, the layers may peel off separately.
Separation of the glaze or slip from the body. Peeling may be caused when slip is applied to a body which is too dry, or when a glaze is applied too thickly or to a dusty surface.
A process in which thin flakes of matrix or mortar are broken away from concrete surface; caused by adherence of surface mortar-to forms as forms are removed, or to trowel or float in portland cement plaster.
Detachment of material (paint, parging, etc.) from the surface of a building, usually a result of water infiltration.
Failure of a coating film to maintain adhesion with its substrate. Sheets or ribbons of the film detach from the substrate. The condition results from contaminated surfaces or excessive differences in polarity and thermal expansion characteristics between the surface and the film.
A film of paint or coating lifting from the surface due to poor adhesion. Peeling normally applies to large pieces. (See chipping)
Loss of bond or adhesion of paint film from the surface to which it is applied.
Condition occurring when a paint film breaks away in comparatively large pieces. Usually due to incorrect surface preparation.
Paint failure where paint falls off the surface. Peeling is caused by moisture problems and expansion of the painted surface.
The loosening of a coating or layer from a base material.
A defect in a dried film that occurs when large pieces become detached from the underneath surface and come loose in sheets or large flakes.
Detachment of a dried paint film in relatively large pieces, usually caused by moisture or grease under the painted surface.
The pulling or falling away of pieces of coating from a surface.
Paint losing its bond with the surface and peeling off.
Detaching of a dried paint film in large pieces. Peeling is usually caused by moisture or grease under the painted surface.