gloss paint


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gloss paint

n
(Building) a type of paint composed of pigments ground up in a varnish medium, which produces a hard, shiny, and usually durable finish. Also called: gloss
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My banister rail spindles and dado rail are stained and varnished mahogany, would it be possible to gloss paint it?
Agitate it into the gloss paint with steel wool and the paint will turn to a gunge.
AFTER a tin of white gloss paint was tipped over a car in Redcar, insurers said it was a write-off.
The bird had a badly damaged wing, and was smothered in gloss paint and had to be put to sleep to prevent suffering.
If you're repainting gloss paint, it's important to prepare it properly because paint doesn't adhere well to glossy surfaces.
I've tried painting over them with undercoat and gloss paint before matt emulsion, but the stains always seep through.
Hardness properties as affected by binder selection were evaluated over a seven-day period per ASTM D-4366 method for a deep-base gloss paint (4% PVC/30% VS) tinted with 12 oz/gal of black colorant and applied to aluminum panels via 5-mil draw-down bar.
I taught my landlord's painter the difference between matt and gloss paint and the difference between the walls and the light switch.
If you paint one side of the lure with high-quality gloss paint, it will produce contrasting colors when the lure rotates in me water.
THIS advert for gloss paint comes from the Daily Post on September 14 1962.
They were made from a controlled range of materials--lengths of one-by-one wood, Plexiglas, cord, mild-steel rod, oak blocks--but to this list should be added the color, in the form of enamel or gloss paint, with which the surfaces of many works were covered.
In fact, it's two huge spots of gloss paint, one very closely overlaid on the other, so that only a thin ring of the first one remains visible.