oil-based


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oil-based

[ˈɔɪlbeɪst] ADJ [product] → derivado del petróleo
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As with paints, there are two broad classifications of primers and sealers: latex (or water-based) products and alkyd (or oil-based) products.
The base coat (ie, the layer of paint underneath the finished glaze) should be a mid-sheen finish for both acrylic and oil-based scumbles.
Working in collaboration with chemists and one of the ink manufacturers, I spent 4 1/2 months at the Ohio State University producing numerous color screenprints which have the appearance in both registration and surface quality of images made with oil-based inks.
On the other hand, the share of furnace oil-based power generation dropped to 11.7% from 24.5%.
Resealing asphalt driveways the do-it-yourself way is better than doing nothing at all, but professional application of oil-based sealant is the preferred way to prolong the useful life of your driveway.
The best way to get rid of unused and unwanted oil-based paint is to donate it to organizations such as community service groups or a local theater group.
However, its use as of yet is still limited partly because costs are higher than oil-based PET fiber.
Oil-based paints and varnishes tend to separate, so you need to stir them really well before you use them, ensuring that you reach right down to the bottom of the tin.
Efforts to shift from oil-based to biomass-based plastics are increasing as companies look for ways to help protect the global environment and create sustainable societies.
Look for the words "alkyd varnish" or "oil-based varnish" on the can.
PALM OIL-BASED INDUSTRIES OPERATING BELOW CAPACITY.
Repair and refresh sun damaged skin with new essential oil-based personal care products from Essencia Aromatics, which introduced 13 new soaps, skin care and bath products to its existing line of essential oil-based products.