cement paint[si′ment ‚pānt]
A mixture based on portland cement, with filler, accelerator, and water repellent added, that is combined with water and applied to masonry, concrete, or brickwork; provides a waterproof coating.
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A paint that is a mixture of cement and pigment, or one based on an alkali-resistant vehicle, such as casein, and used over cement surfaces.
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cement paint, concrete paint
1.A paint consisting generally of white portland cement and water, pigments, hydrated lime, water repellents, or hygroscopic salts; usually applied over masonry surfaces as a waterproofing.
2. A paint formulated to be resistant to the alkali in the cement surface over which it is applied.
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