glaze coat

glaze coat

1. In built-up roofing having a smooth surface, the top layer of asphalt.
2. A temporary coating of bitumen used to protect the plies of built-up roofing when the application of the top pouring and surfacing is delayed.
3. A layer of thin, almost transparent, colored paint which allows an undercoat to show through.
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2]S is a 100% solids trowel applied epoxy mortar; Series 436 Perma-Shield FR is a 100% solids fiber-reinforced high-build epoxy liner with spray application capabilities; and Series 435 Perma-Glaze is a 100% solids multifunctional polyamine epoxy designed to be applied to steel, concrete, or as a glaze coat over the Series 434 or 436," said O'Dea.
3 Thin the top coat of emulsion - I chose a blue colour - with a little water, and apply with a brush at right angles to the glaze coat.
Wall glazing involves the application of a combination of colors - a base paint coat and at least one glaze coat of a different color.
Glaze coats to Traufverschalung, Ortgangzierbrettern, truss, wood railings and the like facade coating.