normal wear

normal wear

Deterioration due to natural forces that act upon a product under average, everyday use.
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2km of unsealed road in need of resurfacing due to normal wear over timeResheet 5.
Brakes sustain normal wear and eventually need to be replaced for both performance and safety reasons.
2 PSAs, 2 drivers in place, two trucks - 2013 and 2005 Chevy box truck (gas engines) with low mileage and normal wear & tear - owned free and clear.
Deductions from tenancy deposits: Your landlord should not make any deductions from your tenancy deposit for correcting normal wear and tear or because you did something the landlord didn't approve of.
That was a complete contrast to when I worked in council residential homes in Cardiff occupied by elderly people who all suffered from some form of physical disabilities from the normal wear and tear of a working life.
As part of RFR's ongoing stewardship of this landmark building, we feel an obligation to undertake this important project to restore the luster the space possessed upon opening in 1958, which has succumbed to normal wear and tear and functional obsolescence noted the statement.
The frame and finger rest extension of one six-round magazine on this PM9 have been treated with a Cerakote ceramic coating, ensuring that it will easily retain its color under normal wear.
In the case of clothing, the sun protection factor is impacted by the stretching of a fabric during wear, by moisture from perspiration or water and by normal wear.
Mere trivial irritations, quarrels, normal wear and tear of married life would not be adequate for the grant of divorce", the judges said.
This is a very common foot problem, largely because the skin on the heel takes such a bashing from normal wear and tear.
Through normal wear, your vinyl-coated polyester tent gets tears and holes.
Coverage includes loss, theft, damage and mechanical or electrical failure caused by defect or normal wear and tear, as well as routine maintenance.