A few issues related to glazing can be found frequently. These are regularly named as pinholes, crazing, shuddering, creeping, rankles and settling out.
Pinholes-One of the most widely recognized of all coating deserts, primarily these are modest gaps in the coating surface which penetrate entirely through to the body. The gas which escapes from mud body during the terminating cycle makes this occur.
Crazing-Glazes that shows a fine pattern of splits in the outside of the coating. At the point when you breathe on the piece and mist the surface these breaks can be discovered. Regularly a mismatch happens in the co-proficient of extension of the coating and the dirt body which prompts crazing.
Rankles Glaze rankles look like little craters (approx 1/8 inch measurement.) Blisters may happen from a thick layer of coating, inappropriate drying of the coating before terminating cycle or a mud body which is excessively thick.