rewet

rewet

(ˌriːˈwɛt)
vb (tr)
to wet again
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In addition to these new products, Pulcra has a vast array of testing equipment that supports the hygiene market, such as liquid strike through, rewet test, and the nonwoven runoff test.
We need to rewet many areas of our moors and this will help to rewild them.
After using a Wonder Curl product, curls retain their wet look after drying, and there is no need to rewet or refresh curls again the next day.
You can lift the film and retry as many times as you like as long as you rewet it with soapy water.
Table 2: Details of the samples whose images are used here to illustrate change in microstructure after rewetting Purpose Sample Freeze-drying, annealing, and rewetting information infromation infromation (a), (b) Sample ID Annealing Annealing Freeze-drying temperature time (h) time after rewetting ([degrees]C) and refreezing (min) Rewet RW1 20 3 5 annealed coatings and distinguish elastic and palstic deformation (VF1) RW2 30 3 5 (VF2) RW3 40 3 20 (VF3) RW4 50 3 20 (VF4) Purpose Sample information Image information (c) Sample ID Cryogenic or room Image temperature images location Rewet annealed RW1 Cryogenic Fig.
Once the compost has dried out completely, it is extremely difficult to rewet it again.
Press fabrics can reduce rewet and increase sheet consistency entering the dryers.
When small holes appear in the crust (usually in five days or so) add another handful of cornmeal and rewet the dirt.
* Re-ink the print, rewet the printed paper, and put it through the printing press again.
The material we use for our baskets and containers usually consists of peat, which is difficult to rewet once it has dried out.
However, once it dries out, it repels water and is hard to rewet. Also, conservationists are concerned that the mining of peat moss is seriously depleting the fragile bogs where peat is formed.