A vacuum that can suck up liquid and dry material.
Tile surfaces that are either soaked, saturated or subjected to moisture or liquids (usually water) such as gang showers, tub enclosures, showers, laundries, saunas, steam rooms, swimming pools and exterior areas.
Wet bulb temperature
When a wet wick is placed over a standard thermometer and air is blown across the surface, the water evaporates and cools the thermometer below the dry-bulb temperature. This cooler temperature (called the wet-bulb temperature) depends on how much moisture is in the air.
The time when a newly painted surface is still wet enough to blend in with adjacent areas.
Wet film thickness
The thickness of an uncured material such as a coating.
Water & plaster mix that can be used as a surface for walls and ceiling, but was more often used previously. Wallboard/drywall is now commonly used.
Sanding that is done by use of a special, water-resistant sandpaper that is coated with a fine abrasive.
Drain or waste pipe that also acts for one or more fixtures on the same line.
Masonry wall that has been built, in the traditional manor, using plaster.
Wet- or dry-surface plastic roof cement
Superior performance in cold and wet applications. Performs as a general-purpose exterior repair and maintenance material on damp or dry surfaces. Stops roof and other leaks fast.