first coat

first coat

The initial application of plaster. In two-coat work it is called the base coat; in three-coat work it is called the scratch coat.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But they met wolves fighting for all that made the Pack, and not only the short, high, deep-chested, white-tusked hunters of the Pack, but the anxious-eyed lahinis--the she-wolves of the lair, as the saying is--fighting for their litters, with here and there a yearling wolf, his first coat still half woolly, tugging and grappling by their sides.
The first volumetric water repellent topcoat on the market, Hempatop Repel 800 (used with Avantguard as the first coat) delivers improved flexibility and crack resistance, increased adhesion retention and minimizes corrosion.
As the stain block forms a seal, the first coat of emulsion will take a while to dry.
Next, apply the first coat of the waterproofing paint in temperatures above 50 degrees F, using a paintbrush (Photo 3).
Next take your chosen varnish and thin the first coat with 10 per cent of white spirit to make it more workable.
Using this technique, Berks applied the first coat of rubber about 1/8 in.
The first coat penetrates, while the second coat adds dimension as it seals, to protect against UV sun damage, extreme temperatures and rain and moisture.
For the first coat of drywall compound, you'll use setting-type compound.

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