sandable

sandable

(ˈsændəbəl)
adj
able to be sanded
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Plus, they're sandable so you can smooth the surface before top-coating with paint.
This figure is as the coating formulators sells its coatings directly to the OEM plants for use in applying electro-coat primers; sandable primers; base color coating and finally the clear topcoat systems.
These small pieces of putty can be used for filling, bonding and rebuilding all sorts of materials and once dry, are water and extreme-temperature resistant, sandable, drillable and paintable.
We want most coatings to be sandable, but we do not want them to be rubbed thin or completely off when in use.
Parts that harden to a tough machineable, sandable, and paintable plastic part.
An evaluation of 3 indicated the entire block had been affected by the fungi and showed raised grain, but the tool could still create an easily sandable surface.
A gray sandable primer from a spray can could be used instead of the gelcoat.
Apply a sandable wood filler, then sand the flooring overhand flush with the skirt boards and finish the tabletop with polyurethane, sanding lightly between coats.
From High Build (HB) sandable epoxy hybrid primers, high strength mixing components that maximize coverage and productivity to a clear coat formulated for superior durability, the Valspar Low VOC System provides a complete refinish solution.
Fill dents and holes with a sandable filler such as MH Ready
Power-Prime two-coat electrodeposition (e-coat) process for auto replacing the sandable primer step; Audioguard sound- and vibration-dampening coating for autos; and Enviro-Prime lead-free electrocoat for auto applications, are some of their most known.
The film isn't sandable, so a smooth, even coat is critical (practice on a scrap of cardboard first).