Brunswick black

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Bruns´wick black`


1.See Japan black.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Industry forerunners have rested ample reliance on value additions such as metal sprayed zinc coating film on the exposed surface of the pipes, followed by a coating of bituminous paint and polyethylene sleeving for improved performance in anti-corrosion applications.
The finishing touch in our own home was to paint the doorstep with red cardinal paint while outside my poor dad, who got dizzy wearing two pairs of socks, had the unenviable job of painting the barn roof with bituminous paint.
Prime the insides with zinc chromate paint and use bituminous paint for the finishing coat.
Paint and paint products produced for export include emulsion paint, water-based paint, marine paint, aluminium paint, bituminous paint, gloss paint/finishing coats, under coat, prepared lacquer, varnish, shellac, wood preservative, paint remover, thinner, primer and distemper.
Remove rust from metal gutters with a wire brush and paint the inside with bituminous paint. Use exterior gloss for the outsides.
The portfolio includes epoxy, internal lacquer pigmented, acrylic enamel, stoving enamel and bituminous paint.
Every couple of years he had to paint the corrugated iron roof on the bam and I used to watch him go jelly legged up the ladder onto it carrying a pot of bituminous paint.
Dressed in my mock leather jerkin and white shoes - painted black patent with a generous amount of bituminous paint that my dad used to paint the barn roof, I felt the height of sophistication as I lit a cigarette and strolled down the street.