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tint

(tint),
A shade of color varying according to the amount of white admixed with the pigment.
[L. tingo, pp. tinctus, to dye]
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An integrated PPG TOUCHMIX Express touchscreen computer with PPG PAINTMANAGER XI color management software displays the correct color formula, with the user loading the required tinter, additive and thinner bottles into the dispensing rack in any sequence.
On a black-and-white Earth, two tribes of a donkey-like species--the Tinters and the Shaders--live unaware of each other.
Back at the flat, Rachel set the Japanese scene by painting the walls parchment paper white, using a base coat of cream acrylic eggshell, dragged over with acrylic scumble mixed with a few drops of white, yellow ochre and burnt umber paint tinters, to get a 'Rich Tea' biscuit colour, and finished off with a coat of matt varnish.
These cost about pounds 14 a litre and are transparent when you buy them, ready for you to colour with either emulsion paints (50:50), universal tinters, or artists acrylic paints.
Campbell says its now WoodSong II Hi-Performance stain base was designed to be tinted with both Huls 844 colorants and P&L tinters, yielding deep, rich colors.
There are about 1000 people at this site making industrial, decorative & refinish automotive paints plus aerosols, adhesives, tinters, solvents and 80% plus of all the resins for the paints.
Unit Lite comprises around twenty solid tinters, five aluminum tinters for metallic finishes, and five unique reduced-strength colorants, for more accurate tinting of pale and pastel shades.
It will produce all of Jotun's decorative paints, tinters, and fillers for the Scandinavian market, supplying the region with as much as 80 million liters of paint per year.