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Synonyms for enamel

hard white substance covering the crown of a tooth

a colored glassy compound (opaque or partially opaque) that is fused to the surface of metal or glass or pottery for decoration or protection

a paint that dries to a hard glossy finish

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any smooth glossy coating that resembles ceramic glaze

coat, inlay, or surface with enamel

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Beger Shield Gloss Enamel Paint is durable, glossy, easy-to-clean and suitable for both metal and concrete surfaces and is targeted to capture the super premium market segment.
The news that Airfix has gone into administration prompted an outpouring of nostalgia for youthful hours spent snapping off bits of Lancaster Bombers and stirring enamel paints.
The work consists of three wood panels with bottle caps nailed to them, which were then covered in plaster and high-gloss enamel paint.
Exhibited along with Reyes' painting are two of the ``alebrijes,'' crafted by a Linares family member and painstakingly painted with elaborate, intricate geometric designs in enamel paint.
The same amount of enamel paint can be closer to half VOC-based solvents.
The best solution to avoid the hassle of oil-based paint is a new-technology waterborne acrylic enamel paint (such as Satin Impervo by Benjamin Moore) that delivers the good flow, leveling and hardening characteristics of an oil-based paint without the odor and long drying time.
Black textured powder enamel paint prevents marring.
I went to the opening of "I Woz Ere" at The Herbert and was absolutely amazed at finding perfected works of art, capturing the essence of their time, incredibly executed in enamel paint.
Fenomastic Enamel is the first enamel paint in the region which is lead-free and non-yellowing.
If you think the dots help your shooting, use any good white metal enamel paint after a thorough cleaning to put dots back on the sights.
It was not very effective on inky fingerprints on an enamel door (of which there is no shortage here), but it did take scuff marks off textured walls, fingerprints off light switches and, yes, red crayon scribbles off flat paint, enamel paint and even the nubby plastic back of an office chair, leaving the surface color intact on each.