Beading or Wetting Out

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Beading of paint or glaze on another surface is caused by the existence of too much surface tension. This could be a sign that the layer beneath has not fully dried and still has volatiles migrating out of the surface.

Ways to get around this: speed up the drying sand lightly and remove particles

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