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undercoat

the fine hairs of an animal's coat which are usually shorter and more numerous than the coarse guard hairs. In some breeds of dogs and cats, however, these may predominate.
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So much paint is absorbed by the softer, more porous or more absorbent areas of the substrate or undercoat that not enough is left to fill in the low spots and form a smooth film.
After half an hour with Penny, the FURminator yielded a big pile of fluffy undercoat, which went directly into the garbage rather than onto the furniture.
Step 3 If the surface is in particularly bad condition, apply a coat of International 3-in-1 Primer Sealer Undercoat (pounds 10.
Which soft woollen fabric is made from the fine undercoat of an Asian goat?
The Shedding Comb has different sized pins to reach the pet's undercoat and overcoat at the same time.
His hues, once declarative, are now darkened by an undercoat of black--the portentous black of Velazquez and Manet.
Priming is recommended for gypsum surfaces and is helpful as an undercoat for some furniture, like cabinets.
Try light sanding, then undercoat and put a gloss paint on top.
To achieve the mottled look, seal the wall with a lime-proofing undercoat, then brush on two coats of the paint using strokes of random lengths and angles.
Remember no undercoat is needed for new pebble dash, spar dust or textured surfaces.
This undercoat will eliminate the need to treat plastic surfaces to make them more receptive to paint, says Ryntz.