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Synonyms for shellac

Synonyms for shellac

lac purified by heating and filtering

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a thin varnish made by dissolving lac in ethanol

cover with shellac

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They have discounts on eye packages at PS15, Shellac nails and toes at PS25 and a back massage and express facial for PS35.
These patents for CND Shellac are a validation of our innovation," said Dr.
Shellac coating onto glass specimens was performed by application of 6 % ethanol-dissolved shellac by spraying.
If peeled off it will remove a layer of natural nail so Shellac needs to be removed by soaking in acetone for 10 minutes.
Shellac resist, which is a decoration technique applied on unfired ceramic surfaces, is based on the principle of application of waterproof solution on a specific area according to a design and etching the unpainted surfaces with a damp sponge.
LIKE SHELLAC PLAYING S CLUB 7': Dananananaykroyd have just completed their second album over in the USA and are all set to cement their reputation as one of the finest live bands that Scotland has produced
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Newcastle trio Free Diamonds, who acknowledge a post-punk debt to the likes of Fugazi and Shellac, have just returned from a second US tour to promote new album There Should Be More Dancing.
However, if you prefer the old-fashioned kind, as many dancers do, then you can add a little floor shellac called Fabulon inside the shoe to harden the tips overnight.
It also removes a variety of industrial coatings, including oil, latex, acrylic and lead-based paints, shellac, lacquer and powder coatings.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 9, 2005 - (JCNN) - Ivy Cosmetics (TSE: 4918) announced on August 5 that it has identified a unique property of shellac, a natural resin secreted by insect Laccifera Lacca.
The earth in the picture is not prettily painted: Kiefer has used a mixture of oil paint, straw, shellac, and emulsion to create a dense, dark, thick surface.
I asked guitarist Andrew Jones and keyboard player Zach Miller about how the sense of rural dread ("I went out to the shed and put shellac in my head, but nobody noticed but me") creeps into the music of a rock band from Philly.
A shellac coating applied to the bones as a preservative shortly after their discovery obscures many surface features on the bones, he asserts.
Permatex was founded in 1909 as a maker of shellac for bonding bicycle tires to their rims.