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  • Bluing, chroming, and Parkerizing are finishes that protect against rust.

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  • To prevent bluing spots, see “Bluing,” pages 319-20.

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  • Bluing is a colorant added to the water in which you wash white clothes.

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  • See “Bluing” in the glossary at the end of this chapter.

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  • Bluing, water softeners, oxygen bleaches which often contain bluing, and boosters should be added, and thoroughly stirred or mixed, when you add the detergent, before the clothes are loaded.

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  • Bluing is a whitening and brightening agent that has been around for a long, long time.

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  • Now that we are seeing Chicago thug politics on a national scale and elected Democratic leaders choose to ignore the MAJORITY of their constituencies the Bluing of Colorado and the west may very well come to an end.

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  • Quotation: The police force has since undergone reform in a process called "Re-Bluing" - a term derived from the process of refurbishing a gun barrel and also from the color of the force's new digitalized-patterned blue uniforms.

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  • Add Mrs. White's Liquid Bluing or oxyclean to your Homemade Laundry Soap as a safer & less expensive alternative to bleach.

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  • Bluing indicates that the rotors have been subjected to extremely high temperatures, and this can be caused by hard stops.

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