acid washing

acid washing

n.
A washing process in which pumice stones soaked in a bleaching solution are used to soften and bleach fabric, especially denim garments.

ac′id-washed′ (-wŏsht′, -wôsht′) adj.
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Other applications include acid washing package boilers and descaling large plate and tubed heat exchangers without the need for dismantling.
The usual techniques of deep cleaning include steam cleaning, tile and grout cleaners, pressure washing and acid washing but these techniques seldom bring the floor back to the ae1/4oebrand newae1/4A[yen] look.
Then the thermal oxidation in air and acid washing processes were carried out in order to purify the nanotubes.
Smith recommends acid washing quartz finishes half a day after application, or the next day after a pebble finish.
The filter media is then further processed by acid washing using 1N HN[O.
Hydrochloric acid washing does not result in elution of the gold cyanide.
The second biggest consumption market is aluminium, which accounts for 30%, followed by inorganic fluoride, hydrocarbons catalyzing, acid washing and military industry and others, accounting for 13%, 7%, and 4% respectively.
imagine not having to scrub tile, or pay for expensive acid washing and glass beading that can ruin tile's original luster.
By using KR7(TM), customers are able to prolong the life of their trucks and other heavy equipment while at the same time saving money through the elimination of costly and time consuming acid washing.
There is a difference between acid washing and acid etching," says Suzanne Smallwood, vice president of marketing at Sau-Sea Swimming Pool Products, a pool coatings manufacturer based in Southampton, N.
The property restoration program included installation of a new heating system, re-ducting the new heating units, resealing roof joints, interior and exterior painting, and acid washing the concrete floor surface, according to Kevin A.