foamer


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foamer

(ˈfəʊmə)
n
1. a (possibly obsessive) enthusiast
2. something that generates foam
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Daiquiri Recipe 50ml Bacardi Carta Blanca 25ml lime juice 25ml sugar cane syrup Dash of Ms Better's Miraculous Foamer Bitter Method Shake all the ingredients together.
Apollo, a cosmetic packaging manufacturer in South Korea, featured two dispensing options--a Fine Foamer, which incorporates outer-spring technology, and a Fine Mist, which has a metal-free path.
The developer of Back-Set, an alternative to acid for cleaning hardened cement paste from concrete fleet and plant equipment, has added the Mega 360 Air Foamer Push Button Timed Unit.
The machine, which incorporates the world's smallest milk foamer, according to Scanomat, uses low energy and automatically cleans and rinses itself after preparing a drink.
If you've got a cappuccino foamer then whizzle to give a bubbly flourish.
A starter kit includes a 12-ounce bottle of concentrate, 3 spray bottles, and an 18.5-ounce hand foamer bottle for $29.
Even sensitive skins can use this fancy foamer; the combo of honey and shea butter nourishes skin to leave it glowing.
Product features a fully redesigned consumer packaging with expanded label panel, proprietary ergonomic bottle and all-plastic trigger with flip foamer. The ergonomic, easy-to-use bottle and trigger relieve hand strain, making cleaning more enjoyable for the consumer, while the embossed bottle reinforces key attribute of a concentrated product and encourages bottle reuse.
Tools not typically seen on an aircraft, such as a whisk and foamer are also at their disposal.
The results of the measured values for each foamer are given in Tab.
Each kit includes a developer, colorant, foamer, professional gloves and a color maintenance conditioner that is applied after a rinse.