Discolouration - What is discolouration?
Definition of DISCOLOURATION:
A defect in the appearance of paper or other materials characterised by a change in colour. Discolouration can be caused by any number of environmental factors (including humidity, sunlight, temperature, or air quality) or as a natural result of the passage of time. Usually discolouration results in a duller or more faded appearance.Go Back to Glossary