undercoating


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un·der·coat

 (ŭn′dər-kōt′)
n.
1. A coat worn beneath another coat.
2. A covering of short hairs lying underneath the longer outer hairs of an animal's coat.
3. also un·der·coat·ing (-kō′tĭng)
a. A coat of sealing material applied to a surface before the outer coats, as of paint, are applied.
b. The sealing material used for this purpose.
c. A tarlike substance sprayed on the underside of a vehicle to prevent rusting.
tr.v. un·der·coat·ed, un·der·coat·ing, un·der·coats
To apply an undercoat to.

undercoating

(ˈʌndəˌkəʊtɪŋ)
n
(Building) another word for undercoat1, undercoat4

un•der•coat•ing

(ˈʌn dərˌkoʊ tɪŋ)

n.
a protective seal applied to the underside of an automobile.
[1920–1925]
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Once the first ceiling coat is done, wrap the roller in a plastic bag and start undercoating the woodwork.
Start in the corner of the room and work outwards, painting in small sections and always rolling back into your wet work.Once the first ceiling coat is done, wrap the roller in a plastic bag and start undercoating the woodwork.
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Two-part wood filler - If your door's in particularly bad condition repair the damage before undercoating. Do not use decorators caulk, as it's not appropriate for front doors.