premoisten

premoisten

(priːˈmɔɪsən)
vb
to moisten beforehand
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"Premoisten the stone with clean water, dip a plastic or brass brush (never use a steel wire brush on manufactured stone) in the vinegar/water mix and lightly scrub the area.
* As always, premoisten the cured layer of mortar and lay down a bed of fire clay mortar on top of the regular mortar.
Premoisten the inner screen and fill the container with water so it just touches the screen.
In today's market, most of the solutions used to premoisten or impregnate wet wipes contain approximately 90-98% water.
He wipes his screen - and phone case - daily and uses premoistened device-cleaning cloths, which he buys at electronics stores.
OCuSOFT recently announced the availability of new OCuSOFT Lid Scrub Allergy Eyelid Cleanser for allergy conditions in convenient premoistened pads.
'these compact, premoistened and premeasured scent-wick pads have been doused in Tink's Natural #69 Doe-In-Rut.
However, premoistened baby wipes appeared beneficial, lowering skin pH, which might help "facilitate acid mantle development, infection control, and barrier repair," they wrote.
During his 40-plus years leading Nice-Pak, he oversaw the expansion of the global premoistened wipes market, bringing them into millions of consumers' lives.
Each cloth, intended for single use, is premoistened with 2.4% glycopyrronium solution.
Sterile ocular swabs were collected from both eyes using premoistened sterile swabs and were transferred to nutrient agar, revealed round and smooth yellow to white colonies after 24-48 hours incubation (Fig.