Paint Check Plus > Metal > Ropiness



Ropiness of a paint coating caused by the material being high in viscosity (thick), with very little flow. This also occurs when paints of normal viscosity are applied without care.


The ‘ropy’ finish must be thoroughly dry and flatted down with carborundum paper (wet or dry) used wet, with water as a lubricant. If repainting with the same product adjust with appropriate thinning agent to the correct viscosity before re–painting.


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