D6900 Standard Test Method for Wet Adhesion of Latex Paints to a Gloss Alkyd Enamel Substrate

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Revision Date: March 29, 2010
Updated On: April 02, 2010
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After application to either interior or exterior surfaces, latex paints may be subjected to conditions of high humidity, condensation, or precipitation. This may sometimes lead to a loss of adhesion to the substrate over which they have been applied. This method is a quantitative measure of the adhesion of latex paints to glossy substrates under such conditions.

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Tagged categories: Adhesion; Alkyd; Latex
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