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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I'll have this house painted red, white, and blue next summer and see if that'll make his Dutch nose turn up any higher."
Benjamin Moore will start making Ace Hardware's house paint brand, Clark+Kensington, later this year, according to the report.
The competition is intended to identify and accelerate the commercialization of novel technologies for recycling leftover latex house paint.
Kyzox is an additive for everyday household items-laundry detergent, house paint, body lotion, soap, fabric softener and floor cleaner-that claims to kill mosquitoes on contact.
QCAN I use leftover house paint to stain my garden fences?
I have found house paint to be the most cost effective.
Someone had considerably improved its appearance by painting the stock with walnut-colored house paint. Unlike Joseph's rifle, mine is quite lightweight, just 7 pounds with the scope.
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.
X-rays have recently confirmed that many of Picasso's works were created using basic house paint, something art historians suspected but couldn't prove until now.
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. But those products account for only about 10 percent of sales.