Undercoat sentence example

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  • At this stage it was painted undercoat white with warning yellow front and red details.
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  • The Norwegian Forest cat is known for its dense, rich fur with a wooly undercoat covered by long, coarse guard hairs.
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  • It is seen in many shots in both gray and green undercoat paint.
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  • The first thing you will notice about your dog's hair is that it has a double coat: a silky overcoat and a soft, cottony undercoat.
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  • Deep scratches (A) that penetrate through all paint and undercoat layers will need to be painted.
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  • Small rope profiled smooth white finish of these premium moldings provides an undercoat for any decorative paint.
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  • When applied over clay undercoat or one-coat plaster, the previous layers should be fully dry and shrinkage complete before applying finish coats.
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  • When applied over clay undercoat plaster, the previous layers should be fully dry and shrinkage complete before applying finish coats.
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  • Give the outside a coat of undercoat and a gloss topcoat.
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  • They should have a coarse topcoat and a thick undercoat.
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  • Basically they have a lilac colored undercoat, with white tips at the end of each hair.
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  • Is there a reason why makers use a white undercoat which reveals every mark?
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  • Plus the sitting room has less gloss work and wouldn't need an undercoat.
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  • To remove the dead undercoat, you can use a " rake ", purchased from any good pet shop.
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  • The coat consists of a short, very thick undercoat covered with long guard hairs.
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  • The bench leg supports have been painted in gray undercoat.
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  • A soft textured undercoat may be present in winter.
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  • The next step is to undercoat all of the terrain with a mid to dark gray undercoat mix.
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  • Site Notes Clay undercoat plaster is supplied in paper sacks that can be broken by rough handling.
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  • It consists of a silvery or white undercoat with black tips on the hair of the tail, back, sides, head and ears.
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  • It has either a woolly coat similar to a Poodle, or a fleece coat similar to the undercoat of a dog.
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  • They have only one coat and no undercoat; the coat itself is either wavy and long or short and curly.
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  • Poms have a double coat, a soft undercoat and a shining coarse over coat.
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  • There are two undercoats; one is a downy fur that helps keep the cat warm during cold winters, and the second undercoat is longer hairs that serve to retain heat.
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  • It fits the dog very closely, although there is a thick undercoat that insulates these dogs from the weather.It's an interesting fact that Welshes are born black, and the coat begins to lighten somewhat with age.
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  • A slicker brush is a good tool for removing loose undercoat and a pin brush should be used for regular brushing several times a week.
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