Coating used to protect metals and masonry that is below the soil level. It's made from coal tar or asphalts.
Paint, eggshell finish latex
Paints containing silicones, chlorinated waxes, polyvinyl chloride, casein, borax, etc. and other noncombustible substances which allow the paint to absorb the heat to reduce heat transfer while forming insulation pockets between the surface and the flame, melting into a glasslike form or producing nonflammable gases.
Mixture of varnish and certain types of fine metal flakes. Aluminum Paint, used to reflect light or to retain heat, consists of flakes of aluminum. Zinc primers allow the coating to conduct electricity to provide a certain amount of cathodic protection.
A brush used for applying paint.
Natural or synthetic bristle designed to hold and apply paint. Synthetic bristle brushes works best with latex and water-based paints because water is not absorbed as easily and causing the bristles to expand. Natural bristle brushes apply more smoothly.