Heard of surfactant leaching?

Surfactant leaching, also referred to as exudate staining or weeping, results in unsightly, oily residue on the surface of paint coatings. Largely due to water-soluble properties (surfactants or surface active agents) concentrating on the paint surface, symptoms appear within weeks of first application of the affected product. According to building refurbishment company, Indawo, surfactants are … Continue reading Heard of surfactant leaching?