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1. Producing a rich glow on the surface of a leather by applying stain, wax, or oil, allowing it to set, and rubbing or brushing the leather. 2. A technique of handling wet paint to expose parts of the undercoat, by combing, graining, or marbling. Also known as broken color work.

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MARBLING

The use of antiquing techniques to achieve the appearance of marble in a paint film.

HOT SPRAYING

A paint-spraying technique in which paint viscosity is reduced by heat rather than a solvent.

HOLIDAY

A gap in the coverage of newly applied paint, slush, tar or other preservative.

PAINT

The bright area on the phosphorescent plan position indicator screen resulting from the brightening of the sweep by the echoes.

CLASS B FIRE

A fire fueled by flammable liquids, i.e. gasoline, oil, paint thinner.

FORECASTLE

The raised part of the forward end of a ship's deck. It is used for the storing paints, tackle, deck stores, tarpaulins, ropes, etc.

AC PAINT

Anti Corrosive Paint

ANTI-FOULING

Paint coating on the bottom of a boat to prevent marine fouling. Traditionally copper sheet was used.

BOOM TOP

A stripe painted around the hull above the waterline, separating the bottom paint from the topside finish

CURTAIN

A sagging line caused by a too much paint or varnish on a vertical surface.

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