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


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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.

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.

CRAZING

Tiny cracks which appear in the outer surface of varnish, paint or gel coat.

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