cissing


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cissing

(ˈsɪsɪŋ)
n
(Building) building trades the appearance of pinholes, craters, etc, in paintwork due to poor adhesion of the paint to the surface
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Addressing cissing, one type of dewetting, in the April 2015 issue of CoatingsTech made me realize that it had been a longtime since I had discussed dewetting in general (not since the November-December 2004 issue).
Of course the well known contributors - Beardsley, Beerbohm, Bennett, Corvo, D'Arcy, Davidson, Dowson, Egerton, Cissing, James, Symons, Wells, Yeats - are easy to discover and display, but there have had to be esoteric rummagings in certain less well illuminated areas.
Cissing and burnishing are very different surface defects, but are two of the few that I have not covered in these articles.