permanent finish

permanent finish

[′pər·mə·nənt ′fin·ish]
(textiles)
Any one of a number of fabric treatments used to improve glaze, hand, or performance of fabrics; generally effective for the life of the fabric in normal use.
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For effortless cleaning, the Loft toilet features EverClean, the unique permanent finish from American Standard that inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface, helping the toilet stay cleaner, longer.
In addition, the Optum VorMax features EverClean, the unique permanent finish, available exclusively from American Standard, which inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface, helping the toilet stay cleaner, longer.
Each doll takes up to 50 hours, including several firings and paintings, to ensure a permanent finish.
If an older child is doing this they can varnish over it for a more permanent finish.
Deferring the choice of permanent finish materials gave the owners time to get acquainted with their new house and rethink their preferences.
To help protect the cooktops from spills and stains that may occur with high-temperature cooking C and to ensure they will look clean and bright longer C the new models feature CookShield, a permanent finish that makes it easy to wipe surfaces clean without harsh chemicals.
Cleaning a Champion PRO toilet is easy with EverClean, the unique permanent finish from American Standard that inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface, helping toilets stay cleaner, longer.
The permanent finish is available on a wide range of existing American Standard faucets.