from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that seals, as an undercoat of paint or varnish used to size a surface.
- n. An officer who inspects, tests, and certifies weights and measures.
- n. One that is engaged in the hunting of seals.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A tool used to seal something.
- n. A person who is employed to seal things.
- n. A coating designed to prevent excessive absorption of finish coats into pourous surfaces; a coating designed to prevent bleeding.
- n. A person who hunts seals.
- n. A vessel engaged in the business of capturing seals.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who seals; especially, an officer whose duty it is to seal writs or instruments, to stamp weights and measures, or the like.
- n. A mariner or a vessel engaged in the business of capturing seals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man or a ship engaged in the seal-fishery.
- n. One who seals; one who stamps with a seal.
- n. In the United States, an officer appointed to examine and test weights and measures, and set a stamp upon such as are true to the standard; also, an officer who inspects and stamps leather; also, one who inspects brick-molds, sealing such as are of proper size.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an official who affixes a seal to a document
- n. a kind of sealing material that is used to form a hard coating on a porous surface (as a coat of paint or varnish used to size a surface)
The sealer is added last to prevent the formation of lumps in the mixture.
The sealer is diluted into the slurry a ratio of four parts slurry to one part sealer.
I know that roof sealer is similar with Marmolite (a fine white sand or marble powder) added.
He is joined by female lead Aisha who is a "sealer" (read: magic user).
Several coats of sealer were applied, followed by more sanding, a last thinned-out coat of sealer and yet another sanding.
Mahogany is considered a premium deck wood and often has good color of its own, so you might want to consider a clear deck sealer rather than another stain.
I tested the latest clear technology deck sealer last year, and it failed miserably.
The cedar wood where I applied the sealer looked great for a month, but then it started to turn gray.
You can get at least two types of deck stain or sealer.
I complained to the sealer manufacturer, and they sent me three different ones to test.