A milky or cloudy appearance in wet or cured coating.
Moisture: in the concrete or high humidity can cause moisture to be present on the surface when the material is being applied or before it’s fully cured. This can result in a “milky or greasy” film. This is sometimes referred to as a “blush” or “amine blush”.
A milky or cloudy appearance can result from product being applied too thick. It’s usually more noticeable if the coating is clear.
• For moisture, remove affected area by diamond grinding.
• Monitor humidity levels and reapply coating within the Product Data Sheet recommendations.
• If “greasy”, wipe surface with Denatured Alcohol.
Moisture: Test the area using a Calcium Chloride Kit.
Thick Application: Follow Product Data Sheet for mil thickness recommendation.