Blushing.

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1. A finish is said to blush when it takes on white or grayish cast during drying period; usually caused by the precipitation or separating of a portion of the solid content of the material, causing an opaque appearance. 2. Applied to lacquers when they become flat or opaque and white on drying; usually occurs when applied in a humid atmosphere.

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