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Hiding of paint over the real subtrate to be coated is called industrial hiding. It is determined by applying gradually increasing subsequent layers on the real substrate (sometimes it can be a bare surface or primed surface with a certain color.) If the color difference obtained by color measuring device, between two subsequent layers (a thicker film after a thin film) is less than 0.3 (DE<0.3), the film thickness at that point is defined as industrial hiding.