varnish


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There's the varnish, too, like earth on each side of a furrow.
I am sure you did not, for a duster would have swept away these shreds of varnish.
I have had an opportunity of examining yours, and I do not find that slight discolouration which the scratch made upon the varnish would have produced.
His was a slap-dash method, but the world has been built slap-dash, and the beauty of mountain and river and sunset may be but the varnish with which the unskilled artificer hides his joins.
Paint and varnish seemed to be kept somewhere out of sight, in constant readiness to obliterate stray finger-marks wherever any might become perceptible in Mr.
I suppose, sir," I answered, drolling on our young gentleman's Continental education, "it's the varnish from foreign parts.
He looked round the little cabin, at the painted beams, at the tarnished varnish of bulkheads; he looked round as if appealing to all its shabby strangeness, to the disorderly jumble of unfamiliar things that belong to an inconceivable life of stress, of power, of endeavour, of unbelief--to the strong life of white men, which rolls on irresistible and hard on the edge of outer darkness.
As he wanted something that could be carried openly in the hand, I proposed to make use of an old one- gallon copal varnish can I happened to have by me.
There were views, like and unlike, of a multitude of places; and there was one little picture-room devoted to a few of the regular sticky old Saints, with sinews like whipcord, hair like Neptune's, wrinkles like tattooing, and such coats of varnish that every holy personage served for a fly-trap, and became what is now called in the vulgar tongue a Catch-em-alive O.
Allow to dry for 24 hours, and spray with a thin coat of spray varnish according to directions on can.
In addition to applying the flood or spot varnish, the unit can be upgraded with a UV dryer and/or aqueous dryer.