Adhesion: Film-forming agents possess good adhesion properties, allowing them to adhere firmly to the surface they are applied to. This ensures that the film remains intact and does not easily peel off or detach.

Cohesion: Film-forming agents have cohesive properties, meaning they can bind to themselves, forming a continuous and uniform film. This cohesive nature ensures the film is structurally stable and resistant to cracking or breaking.

Film Transparency: Many film-forming agents are transparent or have the ability to form transparent films. This is particularly important in applications where the underlying surface or substrate needs to be visible or aesthetically pleasing.

Solubility: Film-forming agents, as industrial fine chemicals, are often soluble in specific solvents or dispersible in water, allowing for easy application and uniform distribution on the surface. Solubility properties may vary depending on the specific film-forming agent used.

Drying Time: Film-forming agents typically have a suitable drying or curing time, allowing the film to form and set within a desired timeframe. The drying time can be adjusted based on the specific application requirements.