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lacquer

(lak′ĕr) [Portuguese lacre, ult. fr Persian lâk, (tree) resin, lac]
A resin or varnish that leaves a tough coating on a surface. It may be impregnated with medication, e.g., in the treatment of diseases of the toenails or fingernails.
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water glossy lacquer g9 / 708r foodsafe-045 / terrawet (or its equivalent) 20,000 liter (s), 88 800 byn2.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of film-forming polymers on quality characteristics of nail lacquers and naftifine hydrochloride release.
Some studies have investigated the formation mechanism of lacquers, and have suggested models of the lacquer formation.
My matte lacquers are all 5-free and every product we offer is cruelty-free."
The pale-gold lacquers for either aluminum or steel beverage cans are the result of a comprehensive development process, extensive testing, pack-testing and industrial scale-up trials.
The joint effort will allow shoppers to receive a trio of full-size bottles of Nicole by OPI nail lacquer by signing up for the Kellogg's Family Rewards program and entering codes from specially marked boxes of Special K products.
OPI Liquid Sand lacquers should always be worn without topcoat.
Opex L61 Stains Full hiding nitrocellulose lacquers
New technology has allowed this to apply to the use of lacquers in storage, tables, mirrors and occasional pieces.
Suitable for water-based architectural coatings, wood and furniture coatings, and parquet lacquers, it develops a Newtonian flow profile in the finished formulation.
The possibility of protecting galvanized coatings using lacquers with phosphating reagents has been studied by means of the UVCON test and subsequent immersion in a 3% NaCl solution for one day.
The protocol describes the risks involved when using UV drying inks some of which include; irritation to the skin and to the respiratory tract generated by contact with inks, ink mist and lacquers and inhalation of ozone.