A method of preventing oxidation of the exposed metal in structures by imposing between the structure and the ground a small electrical voltage.
A positively charged ion in an electrolyte solution, attracted to the cathode by a difference in electrical potential.
A slender, spikelike, drooping flower cluster. Petal-less flowers arranged in a spike.
Trench, between two gateposts, which is covered by a grate of parallel bars.
Sealant, usually silicon or acrylic, used to fill cracks and crevices.
Caulk, high-quality silicone
Flat, gray soft band of material segmented into six beads of caulk of various widths, which is used for setting sink drains and for permanent or temporary caulking. Less messy than plumbers compounds, it can also be used as a base for other caulks to fill in a large gap.
Trigger plunger type of tool, which forces caulk from a cartridge.
Caulking iron, inside and outside
Tool that is used to caulk lead and oakum joint leaks in cast iron piping.
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