Because of its high-grade, beautiful, environmental protection and other characteristics, iron box packaging is deeply loved by merchants and consumers in the packaging market, but it does not mean that the iron box packaging is perfect. The most common problem of iron box packaging is paint falling. What should we do in the face of paint falling off of iron box?
At present, the most common packaging material on the market is tinplate box packaging. Iron box packaging can be seen in every industry. Because of its own characteristics, poor preservation or careless handling during transportation and loading, paint will fall off.
Depainting of tinplate is not a rare problem. Depainting of tinplate after long-term use or improper use is the main reason for depainting of tinplate. The problem of paint falling off after long-term use of iron box is that the printing surface of iron box is dry due to long-term oxidation and exposure to strong light
Embrittlement will cause blistering. Once contacted, the printed surface is easy to fall off. If it is not repaired in time, a large area of paint will fall off and serious corrosion reaction will occur, resulting in scrapping of the iron box.
For the above situation, wax candle oil can be dropped to the paint falling position. A thin layer can prevent the place where the paint has not fallen from becoming dry and brittle. The paint drop caused by improper use is mainly due to the negligence of workers on the iron box packaging during transportation
Contact with each other during transportation, resulting in damage to the printing surface and paint falling off. In view of this situation, it is necessary to wrap a bag in each iron box packaging process to avoid the above situation.