recoat

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recoat

(riːˈkəʊt)
vb (tr)
to coat (something) again or with a new coat of paint, varnish, etc
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When she found the entire fence white- washed, and not only whitewashed but elaborately coated and recoated, and even a streak added to the ground, her astonishment was almost unspeakable.
Providing additional cost savings potential, DuraPlate 6000 has a long pot life, helping applicators reduce waste material, as well as a 21-day extended recoat window, which helps applicators reduce missed recoats.
Jacobson of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a cofounder of E-Ink, remarks that the Philips technology harbors a serious flaw: The pixels require continuous power to maintain an image because the oil recoats the pixel surface as soon as the electricity is shut off.
The two-part epoxy kit can go up to eight years between recoats and can be used on concrete, plaster, fiberglass and steel.