Topcoat

(redirected from Top coat)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Topcoat

The final coat of paint or plaster applied to a surface over a primer or undercoat.

topcoat

The final coat of paint applied to a surface; usually applied over a primer and/or one or more undercoats or surfacers.
References in periodicals archive ?
top coat ceiling, gkf, 20 m steel sectional radiator,
What most impressed me was the top coat, which dried in a few minutes and didn't chip the minute I whipped out my wallet.
Our Clear Coat for Concrete provides a proven clear top coat specially formulated with anti-skid for added slip resistance.
With the addition of the new top coat, the Miracle Gel creates a manicure that resembles a UV/ LED-cured polish and provides up to two weeks of color and shine.
I've been fortunate enough to be involved in the experimental work of the top coat project from its inception all the way to our final results," said Leon Dean, a senior chemical engineering major and one of the authors on the Science paper.
Step One: Apply the Gel Primer then Gel Base & Top Coat to create the prefect base.
The new top coat is the result of four years of intensive research and development conducted by the firm's main corporate laboratory in Norway and the Yacht Concept Centre in Barcelona.
The Australian Open range has a green varnish and black shatter top coat, with the her French Open selection featuring pink varnish with a red shatter top coat and a gold lacquer plus white shatter top coat.
The method utilises waterborne Ultra products, giving protection to wooden surfaces in an industrial painting process whereby two layers of top coat are applied on exterior wooden panels and boards without a separate primer.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 5, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (TMC) announced today that it has completed introduction of metallic water-borne paint for the top coat painting process at all nine TMC vehicle body paint lines in Japan, greatly promoting measures to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
A thin additional layer of the top coat is reapplied and cured in place, and then diecasting continues for another 1,000 shots.