discoloration

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discoloration

Any change in color from the original color or from the desired color.
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Smoking is one of the worst things you can do to stain and discolour your teeth," she added.
But it's beginning to stain my fingers and discolour my fingernails.
Some of the branches may be starting to discolour, but the 68-year-old from Neath (pictured) is determined to keep the tradition until the end of her days.
During that time, never expose it to sunlight or sunbeds because this will cause it to discolour. Massage it three times a day with oil to make it softer.
This would cause the leaves to discolour and fall and could even kill it.
The chemical in chlorine can discolour your hair and make it dry and brittle.
The problem with a tiled splashback is that unless you use a dark-coloured grout, cooking splashes will discolour the grout.
With age it will develop small cracks on the surface and discolour. The easiest way to avoid this is to keep a glass or bowl of water near the ivory piece.
A scar should never be exposed to sunlight as this will make it discolour.
Made from vinyl the ultimate bath mat won't mould, discolour or peel and it will not harm your bath and will, with care, remain soft, pliable and luxurious to the touch.
Endless reminiscing without balance or truth Pointless sad days longing for lost youth, Will only serve to discolour the present Life is too brief - enjoy all of it's lessons Instead of wishing for days long ago - Live in the moment and stop all this woe.
It caused water to discolour and householders were yesterday advised to run off their taps to help the utility company clear the problem.