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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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CWHICH undercoat and paint should I use for a permanent finish? - Michael Mckillop, by email AWITH my galvanised gates, I waited until a day with no direct sunlight then gave them a good soapy wash.
Can you tell me which undercoat and paint I should use for a permanent finish? Michael Mckillop, by email A With my galvanized gates, I waited until a day with no direct sunlight then gave them a good soapy wash.
For a glossy, more permanent finish, you could use Sikkens Cetol SRD or spar varnish.
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.