Fishscaling is an enameling defect, which is characterized by small enamel particles chipping off.
Chipping off may happen directly after firing when cooling down or sometimes even days later.
Effected products may usually not be repaired. Due to this reason, this defect is still one of the most described topics within the international enameling industry.
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