discolor


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to soil with foreign matter

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Dampney Thurmalox 282 Stainless Steel Paint is a one-component silicone coating that adheres to any cast and machined metal surfaces and will not discolor, chip, crack or peel at temperatures up to 1200[degrees]F, the company stated.
These products can discolor the carrier, weaken the fabric and shorten its life.
Another disadvantage of modern newsprint is that a wood component called lignin makes the paper discolor when exposed to light.
That can discolor it and wear down its infrared protection.
Large quantities of iron hydroxide can clog stream beds and discolor rocks and banks a telltale rusty orange.
June bloom: As we head into the second bloom cycle, you may need to watch out for a few aphids, and especially for thrips, which discolor the blooms and make them look dirty.
TPUs exhibit good weathering characteristics in general, however, will discolor after exposure to UV light.
These products will discolor ALICE and break down the fabric.
Fume- and odor-free, it will not discolor resins or postblow.
This product is very harmful to gold and silver and can permanently damage or discolor her jewelry.
He adds, "TreeSafe doesn't discolor tree needles and reduces needle drop.
Other sages blooming now include Saliva chiapensis, a low mounding shrub with magenta pink blooms, and Salvia discolor, whose pale green calyces enclose navy blue flower petals.
However, even polyolefin products that are stored in the dark at ambient temperature can discolor in various ways over extended periods of time.