Coat of Paint
is an acrostic for cop.
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Definition of the noun coat of paint
What does coat of paint mean as a name of something?
- a layer of paint covering something else
- lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
- more generic words: coat / coating = a thin layer covering something; paint / pigment = a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface
- more specific terms: priming coat / primer coat / flat coat / undercoat / priming / ground / primer = the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface
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by Scott Fratcher
Encapsulation means the first coat of paint is a special penetrating epoxy that is meant to soak into the bottom layer of rust and lock it to the remaining steel below . Encapsulation is designed to prevent oxygen from reaching the steel even if the ...
Fire Sale (2010)
How to Buy US Foreclosures by Philip McKernan
A fresh coat of paint is the best bang for your buck after cleaning ...
by Mary Gilliatt
A coat of paint applied before topcoats of paint or glaze to give good coverage and to prepare the surface. When painting a lighter color over a darker one, it's best to apply two base coats and one topcoat, thinning the first coat with a little water ...
by Frank Ching
topcoat The final coat of paint applied to a surface.
Containing Over 6400 Receipts by William Brisbane Dick
is dry, paint us follows: Mix the first coat of paint in the proportion of 1 gallon raw- linseed oil to 15 pounds white lead, ground in oil, and 1 gill of dryer. Second coat : 1 gallon raw linseed oil. 2ii pounds white lead ground in oil, and } gill ...
by Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon
The first coat of paint should be thoroughly dry before the second is applied. Acrylic acid is formed during the oxidation of linseed-oil, and unless this be allowed to evaporate, it may subsequently liberate carbonic acid from the white- lead ...
An International Work of Reference by John Huston Finley
Usually plaster is left without enamel the last coat of paint being slippled (tapped over evenly with a large rectangular brush with long hairs) or flatled (the paint made up with an excess of turpentine and little oil). The latter system is less ...
Comprising Such Subjects as are Most Immediately Connected with Housekeeping ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes
The second coat of paint is put on when this is dry, consisting of white lead and oil, having an addition of a little oil of turpentine. 204. Stopping is the next process; but previously, the work should be smoothed over with pumice stone, to take ...
by Louisa Pansegrouw
armour, bymie, corselet, cuirass, hauberk, panoply, protection coat of metal plate coat of paint layer coat of seed bran, episperm coat of wool fleece coat part button, collar, lapel, skirt, sleeve coats teeth enamel coat's turnback lapel coat with ...
by ROBERT CHAMBERS
The wearing snrface receives a coat of paint with a brush if some other colour than that of the last trowel coat is wanted for the ground shade. In the case of cheap oilcloths, the coats of paint, instead of lieing applied by trowels, are put on by a ...
by Sir David Brewster
If great nicety is required, the last coat of paint, when dry, should be rubbed smooth with pumice stone. In general this is neglected, because oil gilding is in almost ...
The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopaedia, Comprehending Practical Illustrations of the Machinery and Processes Employed in Every Description of Manufacture of the British Empire ... (1836)
by Luke Hebert
After knotting comes the priming, or first coat of paint. When the priming is quite dry, all nail-holes, cracks, and defects, are to be made good with putty ; then proceed to the next coat, called the second colour ; when this is dry, those places are ...
by Henry J. Cowan, Peter R. Smith, W. K. Chow
Ground coat of paint applied to timber and other materials as a PRESERVATIVE and as a filler for the pores, which serves as a base for the further coat(s) of paint.
lay a coat of paint or varnish upon it; let it become dry or hard, and write or engrave in the second, third, &c. coat : but, if the ground-colour of the vessel be preferred, one coat, in general, will be found sufficient, and will be of considerable use ...
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- New coat of paint.
Photo credit: Lorenzo's Music
- A Fresh Coat Of Paint
Looking towards Pendle Hill from the triangulation pillar at the highest point of Boulsworth Hill. It is marked on the map as Lost Lad but this probably refers to one of the rocky outcrops which did tend to be given fanciful names. By late morning the snow cover had all but disappeared.
Photo credit: ARG_Flickr
- Ell front with the first coat of paint to the top!
Photo credit: grongar
- A New Coat of Paint
The view from STAR Masjid Jamek station.
Photo credit: williamnyk
- Second coat of paint and wall plates re-attached
Photo credit: Haxxah and KraZug
- First coat of paint *almost* done
Photo credit: drooooo
- Old, Dirty, but always a fresh coat of paint
Fun Fact: the bridge only requires touch-ups on its paint job; unless the bridge commision decides to change the type of paint as they did in 1965 when they completely repainted the bridge in a project to replace the existing lead based paint.
Photo credit: JaredFrazer
- Never underestimate a new coat of paint.
Photo credit: drooooo
- Brand New Coat of Paint
Photo credit: Numinosity (Gary J Wood)
- Boeing B-52D 55-0067 -- getting a new coat of paint
Photo credit: Clemens Vasters
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