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  • The problem with these film-forming deck stains is that they almost always peel when they eventually fail.

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  • The aqueous film-forming foam was the preferred method of extinguishing a Class B, or fuel, fire.

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  • Hose team members re-stow an aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) hose after securing from a main space fire drill aboard USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) during exercise Talisman

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  • VINNAPAS┬« polymer powders do not contain plasticizers or film-forming aids, and therefore have low emission levels.

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  • The products 'film-forming characteristics also produce a much more blended look between your newly-colored roots and your previously color hair.

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  • While film-forming sealers are most often used for decorative concrete work, and they do just what the name implies - form a protective film on the surface of the concrete.

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  • The lipstick uses a new, film-forming soluble technology, Revlon executives said, which combines a Revlon proprietary long-wear resin polymer with a base film, allowing color to move with the lips.

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  • Better thickening, gelling and film-forming properties than other starches thanks to a high amylose content are the benefits claimed for the native pea starch from food ingredients company American Key Products. amylose content of 35 percent, the product's water binding properties can be applied in the meat and fish sectors and with gel formation for baking and dairy products. pea starch is said to be stable under high temperature, acid and shear and can be used for fhe aseptic processing of meats, soups and sauces.

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  • "film-forming antitranspirants" in improving overall plant water status.

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