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colorfast

[′kəl·ər‚fast]
(textiles)
Referring to a fabric that does not fade during normal wear.
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Wilhelm Imaging Research found HP Colorfast Photo Paper to resist noticeable fading for up to 17 years when prints are displayed framed under glass.
He constructed colorfast specters of the Cote d'Azur countryside out of the view from his window (Studio with Mimosas [1939-1946]).
It remains colorfast for its entire lifetime; it is available in more than 100 colors and finishes, including matte, metallics, and other specialty finishes.
The warning tape is made with 100% prime resins, virgin poly ethylene for toughness and durability and Frick uses heavy, metal-free pigments to keep tape colorfast after burial.
stabilized, colorfast polyethylene material called Permalene[R].
My sweaters always came from Europe because the dyes were more colorfast.
With Tri-Chem's SoftlyFlo paints, any fabric can be permanently painted with the unique ballpoint paint tubes, which are completely machine washable, dry cleanable and colorfast.
Eagle Point Software Corporation (Nasdaq: EGPT), Dubuque, Iowa, has introduced ColorFast, an innovative and affordable software program aimed to speed artistic rendering for CAD designs.
Among her tips: Use marble and granite in honed, not polished, finishes; look for colorfast carpet that cleans easily; employ visual cues to help seniors judge distances; specify rounded corners of countertops and custom and security issues; examine the aesthetic potential of every element.
Larry Laslo brings strong colors that resist fading to the patio with a new technology for colorfast outdoor fabrics.
First adapted by American designers in the 1960s, these umbrellas are becoming popular again, thanks to new, durable colorfast fabrics and improved construction methods.
Olefin is most notably colorfast, but it is also stain and static resistant.