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colorfast

[′kəl·ər‚fast]
(textiles)
Referring to a fabric that does not fade during normal wear.
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Colourfast has proved to be one of the season's most costly fillies to follow, failing by a short head in her last two starts, at Roscommon and Gowran.
These were cheaper, but not colourfast. Ms Laroche herself had suggested using chemical dyes.
In a magazine advert L'Oreal - which has a Welsh chief executive and a factory in Llantrisant - said its New Invincible Platinum Colourfast, extra-comfort lipstick would last up to eight hours without smudging, fading or dryness.
Mr Wong was the second leg of a double for his trainer, whose Start From Scratch - the first horse owned by Vincent Kelly from Castledermott in County Kildare, who also bred the three-year-old - held Colourfast by a short-head in the seven-furlong maiden.
Before you start, test that your carpet is colourfast by cleaning a small area.Rub a small area of carpet with a clean cloth and check for any colour transfer.
Visitors attention will also be drawn to the customised, soft feeling and colourfast T shirts and other eye-catching textiles produced live on the stand with direct to garment (DTG) technology.
All installations are Certass registered, and supported by a 25-year colourfast warranty, a 15-year manufacturing warranty and a 10-year sealed unit warranty.
The tight pile is extremely hard-wearing and if you choose one from the Arran Twist range by ukcarpetsdirect.com, made from polypropylene fibres, it's also stain-resistant and colourfast. Available in 4m widths at pounds 10.75 per sq m.
And, worse, nothing brings men to their fight-flight switch as swiftly as instructions to locate the exact type of washing powder (bio, non-bio, easy-iron, colourfast, aloe vera, whatever).
These systems deliver colourfast, machine washable prints that last and can stretch without cracking.
COLOURFAST: The Rev Roger Taylor with the Colours at Brecon Cathedral preserved in their hermetically sealed containers
Shah Jehan, a $4.4 million yearling and a son of Mr Prospector, makes his debut here and is likely to face stiff opposition from Saranac Lake, Colourfast and Takarna.