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A solution of gums and resins in a solvent. When these are applied to a surface, the solvent evaporates and leaves a hard, more or less flexible film. In dentistry, varnishes are used to protect sensitive tooth areas such as the pulp. Synonym: cavity varnish
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In addition; respective [DELTA]L*, [DELTA]a* and [DELTA]b* expressing the differences between the values of L*, a* and b* parameters before and after the varnishing
applications have been determined according to the Equation 1, 2 and 3.
When you've finished varnishing
, wait before using the room and putting the furniture back into ensure the varnish has hardened fully.
. Before you start varnishing
the floor, make sure the room is well-ventilated and not below 10C.
In the case of presence of varnish, it was assumed that the check existed before the varnishing
operation and were opened by the heat under the UV lamp while curing the varnish.