ChromaGlast Troubleshooting Quiz

Blistering or swellings on the surface of the paint is caused by:
Excess paint on the surface
Moisture or contaminants trapped under the surface
Lack of paint on the surface
Too much air
What are small, crater like holes or indentations in the paint surface called?
Crater holes
Fish eyes
Orange peel
How can you prevent Crazing, a large number of minute cracks on the surface of paint:
Apply paint in thin, wet films and allow adequate drying time between coats
Apply as thick as you can
Apply paint as quick as you can, not waiting for dry times
Throw all of the additives and thinners in with the paint and quickly apply, not waiting for adequate mixing
What can cause Flaking or Peeling of the paint?
Contaminants of the underlying surface
Surface too hot or cold when sprayed
Paint film applied to thick
All of the above
How can you prevent wrinkling: the shriveling, swellings, wrinkles or folds at the paint surface?
Apply in thick coats
Vary temperatures during cure
Apply in thin, even coats
None of the above
What is pebbled, uneven surface of the paint film similar to an orange skin called:
Banana Peel
Lemon peel
Apple skin
Orange Peel
Microgrooves or smears on the surface of the film, typically in a swirling pattern are called:
Polishing Marks
Wax swirls
Paint abnormalities
Paint Swirls
How can you prevent runs or sags in the paint?
Don’t paint on vertical surfaces
Apply paint in thick layers
Use the correct spray technique and spray gun settings
Use a lot of thinner to thin the paint
How can you fix softness/slow cure in your application:
A) Put your part in the air conditioning
B) Move your part to a warm, well ventilated area
C) Apply low heat to improve drying
D) Both B and C
Circular marks on the surface of the paint that are usually lighter than the surface are called:
Weird spots
Water spotting
Leopard spotting
Water swirls
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