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What is "Blush" - Definition & Explanation

White cloudiness of a wood finish due to entrapped moisture. The common causes are applying finish in humid conditions or exposure to moisture, usually accompanied by heat, such as hot food or drink. Common with lacquer and shellac finishes.

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