What Does Rust Rashing Mean?
Rust rashing is a type of coating defect experienced on metal surfaces after the application of a thin coating layer intended to prevent corrosion. Rust rashing appears as a cluster of rust under portions of an applied coat. Rust rashing presents as a notable change in the fluid texture of the applied coat, such that there is no uniformity observed on the metal's surface. It is caused by an inadequate application of the coating fluid where the fluid begins to dry before it makes contact with the metal's surface.