house paint


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Noun1.house paint - paint used to cover the exterior woodwork of a househouse paint - paint used to cover the exterior woodwork of a house
paint, pigment - a substance used as a coating to protect or decorate a surface (especially a mixture of pigment suspended in a liquid); dries to form a hard coating; "artists use `paint' and `pigment' interchangeably"
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Funding for the statewide paint recycling program is supported by a nominal fee on newly purchased house paint, stain and varnish.
The green paint is actually house paint, colour matched from the toy car, the tail fin and wing is just sheet metal and pop rivets.
Because house paint was inexpensive and dried faster than traditional oil paint, it helped him create more than 10,000 works in his lifetime.
What they share in common is the use of materials gathered and re-purposed, for example wood scraps, glass, house paint, paper, plastic, wire, metal, cassette tapes, books, staples, dishcloths, dirt, flip-flops, toys, dust from the Paris metro.
Using nontoxic house paint is one way to reduce your family's exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that pose health risks like asthma, headaches and even cancer.
Products: Many know Forrest for interior and exterior house paint.
Rudolph Valentino Bostic makes the sacred visible, portraying biblical scenes and angel messengers with leftover enamel house paint on cardboard.
It's the software behind most shopping sites where you can view an item in different colours or try out house paint colours on a virtual home.
Among the 6,000 or so oil-hungry items: crayons, disposable diapers,golf balls, panty hose, house paint, tires, linoleum, soft contactlenses, transparent tape, mops, tents, hair curlers, electric blankets,mineral oil, awnings, ammonia, insecticides, antiseptics, car soundinsulation, car battery cases, ink, paraffin wax, VCR tapes, sunglasses,toilet seats, water pipes, insect repellent, credit cards, ice trays,candles, rubbing alcohol, vitamin capsules, upholstery, putty, permanentpress clothes, electrician's tape, floor wax, eyeglasses, cold cream,shaving cream, bandages, nail polish, hearing aids, petroleum jelly,aspirin, shaving cream, toothbrushes, luggage, yarn, guitar strings,false teeth, ballpoint pens, heart valves, balloons, umbrellas, perfume,and pillows.
Whether breaking in virgin marble in some far-flung corner of the planet, slapping curbs with his bros back in Chula, or painting rasta colors on the roof of his '92 limo with house paint, Tommy is completely, honestly, and incessantly going for it.
A: It wasn't until 1978 that the Consumer Products Safety Commission prohibited the use of lead in house paint.