Deterioration of the paint film, resulting in excessive or rapid loss of lustre of the topcoat.
Accumulation of dirt, dust particles and/or other debris on the paint film; may resemble mildew.
Premature and/or excessive lightening of the paint color, which often occurs on surfaces with a sunny exposure.
Bubbles resulting from localised loss of adhesion and lifting of the paint film from the underlying surface.
Brownish or tan discoloration on the paint surface due to migration of tannins from the substrate through the paint film.
Concentration of water-soluble ingredients on water-based paint, creating a blotchy, sometimes glossy appearance, often with a tan or brownish cast.
Loss of paint due to poor adhesion. Where there is a primer and top coat, or multiple coats of paint, peeling may involve some or all coats.
Appearance of a denser colour or higher gloss where wet and dry layers overlap during paint application.
Formation of fine powder on the surface of the paint film during weathering, which can cause colour fading.
Crusty, white salt deposits, leached from mortar or masonry as water passes through it.
The splitting of a dry paint film through at least one coat, which will lead to complete failure of the paint.