(1) A loose generic description of a degree of surface preparation. A “marginally prepared
surface” must be further qualified as to the types of surface contaminants or the types and
amounts of old coatings that are not removed. For example, an aged alkyd coating, an oily,
greasy, salt-contaminated, damp, or wet surface, loose, stratified, or tight rust, etc.; (2) Any
degree of surface preparation that is less than commercial blast cleaning (SSPC-SP 6)

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