The softening and penetration of a dried film by the solvents of another film resulting in raising and wrinkling.
term used for different procedures such as the procedure which raises sagging breasts (breast lifting) or the procedure performed on the skin of the face to smoothen it (facial lifting). There are different types of liftings: traditional, subaponeurotic... depending if the aim is to separate or stretch skin, muscle and skin or all the tissue over the bone. Read more
The softening of subsequent penetration of a coating layer by another coating which causes the first layer to raise and/or release.
The softening and repenetration of a previous coat resulting in anything from an "orange peel" to a "stripping" effect. This is usually caused by applying strong solvented coating over a curing type coating(curing type coating would be catalytic lacquer, urethane lacquer, polyurethane and enamels.)
separation of the paint layer from the substrate (ground or canvas in this case), often resulting in distortion or loss of paint.
Softening and raising or wrinkling of a previous coat by the application of an additional coat; often caused by coatings containing strong solvents. See Aligatoring.
Raising or lowering an object from one level to another (includes inward pulling).
The softening and penetration of a dried film by the solvent action of a second film applied over it. Specifically, "lifting" results in the raising and wrinkling of the previously dried first coat.
The soaking of a solvent into a soluble undercoat causing swelling, then causing the topcoat to wrinkle from underneath, lifting off the surface.
The rising of the paintings surface; layer separation.
The softening and penetration of a previous film by solvents in the Paint being applied over it, resulting in raising and wrinkling.
Raising and lifting of the surface as a result of the softening and penetration of a previous film by solvents in the paint being applied over it.