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not giving off moisture on exposure to the air

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Afterward, open the door and let it air-dry. Routine attention should be paid to the rubber seals around the washer door, which can collect mould and mildew.
Air-dry before storage, especially when worn for more than two consecutive days.
* use math skills to divide portion of air-dry clay into three equal parts, and divide one of those parts into four or five small balls.
Heat can be applied almost immediately after installation, while conventional and low-moisture castables must air-dry for hours before heating.
If lumber is truly PAD, it is material that has been stickered and allowed to air-dry a short time before being sold.
The relationships between SSA and air-dry moisture content of the soils, and between SSA and cation exchange capacity (CEC), were also investigated.
One type is "self-hardening"--it can be molded, then left to air-dry (it takes about two days to harden).
"We started with just-washed hair that was beginning to air-dry," says pro stylist Richard Marin of Remington Products.
At my second school, which does not have a kiln, I use air-dry clay to teach the same lesson.
air-dry clay, colored construction paper, scissors, white school glue, colored markers
Duplicate soil samples (2.00g) (for wet soils the amount corresponded to 2.00 g air-dry weight) were equilibrated with 40 mL [KH.sub.2][PO.sub.4] solutions containing different concentrations of P (0-27 mg/L), 0.01 mol/L of Ca[Cl.sub.2], and 0.25% (v/v) toluene (microbial inhibitor) on a reciprocal shaker at speed of 150 cycles/min for 24 h at 25 [degrees] C.
Greater tendency than "light-off" or air-dry coatings for tears or runs.