Airborne particles that adhere to a finished surface. Overspray particles can include unwanted paint, industrial fallout, chemical contaminants, or other airborne particles.
The dry, pebble-like surface caused when sprayed finish begins to dry in the air before it hits the surface.
Sprayed coating that is dry when it hits the surface, resulting in dusty, granular adhering particles. Can cause gloss loss with gloss paints or mottling with flats paints.
Paint from a spray which has overlapped onto adjacent areas not intended to be sprayed.
(1) Spray material which may be lost within the spray booth or to the atmosphere. (2) Spray material which subsequently falls on the product. (3) Areas adjacent to coating of surfaces requiring paint.
The fallout from spray painting jobs at a building or home.
sprayed paint on adjacent surfaces
Sprayed paint that misses the part being painted and contributes to masking, floor, and paint arrestor (filter) paint waste buildup.
Coating material which does not strike the surface to be sprayed but is wasted.
Overspray: The excess thermal spray material that is not deposited on the part being sprayed
A painting technique in which paint is lightly "dusted" over an already existing color. Kenner's Star Wars: Power of the Force Sandtrooper's "sandy" look is achived through overspray. [ Go To Bottom
An overlap of dry spray particles on areas that were not meant to be painted, or on previously painted areas where they do not melt in.
(1) Airborne spray loss of polyurethane foam. (2) Undesirable depositions of airborne spray loss.
Any portion of a spray-applied coating that does not land on a part and which is deposited on the surrounding surfaces.
Sprayed coating that is dry when it hits the surface resulting in dusty, granular adhering particles, reducing gloss and presenting a poor appearance.
To spray beyond a boundary. That which has been sprayed beyond a boundary.
This term is used if in applying a finish by spray the atomized paint is not absorbed in the film, leaving a rough, dryfinish.
Sprayed paint which misses the surface to be coated.
Sprayed paint that does not land on the targeted areas of the item being painted.
Excess spray that misses the surface being painted. The stuff that floats in the air when you paint. Will stick to anything unprotected.
A paint spray mist that drifts onto a surface where it is not wanted. The overlap of new paint over old paint.
Paint sprayed beyond the area intended to be painted.