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FLOW-OUT

The degree to which a wet paint film can flow out (level) after application so as to eliminate
brush marks and produce a uniform surface on drying. [MPDA] This also applies to a coating’s
ability to level out to eliminate roller marks, orange peel from spraying, or other film
irregularities.


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