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underfur

(ŭn′dər-fûr′)
n.
The soft, fine undercoat of certain mammals, such as otters, beavers, and seals.
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I'd recommend using acrylic undercoat and top coat, as it has a quicker drying time and less fumes.
Whatever paint you choose, make sure you get the same brand primer undercoat to go with the top coat.
The weather's struggling to be spring-like at the moment, and if it's a cold day, a water-based undercoat is a good option because it will dry quickly, unlike most oil-based ones.
Sometimes the undercoat is involved, and mats may form in non-shed hairs.
Labs and especially Chesapeakes have a very dense, oily undercoat that provides a layer of protection from cold and moisture.
The teeth of the Undercoat Comb swivel, which helps when you're trying to comb out a mat or knot in your dog's fur.
Soak-in is the defect where paint sinks down into a substrate or undercoat instead of forming a smooth, continuous layer on top of it.
The brush doesn't cut or rip anything, instead catching and removing the loose undercoat the dog has already shed but is still wearing around.
3 International 3-in-1 Primer Sealer Undercoat (pounds 10.99 for 750ml) - optional.
Which soft woollen fabric is made from the fine undercoat of an Asian goat?
His hues, once declarative, are now darkened by an undercoat of black--the portentous black of Velazquez and Manet.