Yellowing of White Paint

The yellowing of light colored alkyd (oil base) paints, especially white, a common problem, is a natural part of a coating’s drying and aging process. Because of the chemical make up of these paints today, they have an increased tendency to yellow with age. The yellowing process is accelerated in dark rooms or those lacking natural sunlight. The presence of ammonia during the application of alkyd paints will also accelerated yellowing.

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