Definitions for "Brushability"
The ability or ease with which paints and varnishes can be brushed.
Capability of a paint to be easily applied by brush (without brush-marks). Brushability is influenced by paint rheology and open time.
The ability or ease with which a material can be brushed under practical conditions. This determination has been expressed in arbitrary units such as “poor,” “fair,” “excellent,” etc. Bubbling - Formation of bubbles in a drying film or coating. They are caused by vigorous stirring just prior to application or excess brushing. Subsequently, they either break to form pinholes or remain to damage appearance.