In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The group has also made hard plastics from tung oil and linseed oil.
- The linseed oil from the paint has leached onto the surrounding paper, creating a greasy aureole.
- Following the directions on the label for cleaning; or use a solution of equal parts of boiled linseed oil and mineral spirits.
- An oil room had a collection of various lubricants, including linseed oil, whale oil, lard, molasses, tallow, and grease.
- Oil paints are made up of a suspension of pigments in an oil such as linseed oil that dries.
- This volume belongs in a separate category because it is explicitly addressed to painters and anyone who wonders what it is like to be a painter who loves the colors and textures of oil paint and linseed oil.
- Light cigarette burns which have not penetrated the finish may be removed with a thin paste of rotten-stone, soda or cigarette ashes mixed with mineral oil or linseed oil.
- Although boiled linseed oil will work, mineral oil is preferred because it will not turn rancid.
- There she was, creating magic on the canvas by mixing oil paints with linseed oil.
- However, deeper layers of paint were protected from light-induced degradation, as evidenced by the survival of double bonds in linseed oil.
- The night she painted her now infamous Diana painting, the air was thick with the smell of turps, linseed oil and paint.
- To relieve tight and spasmed muscles due to sporting activities, massage well with a mixture of equal parts of rosemary essential oil and linseed oil.
- Glazes are made of oil-based paints mixed with linseed oil and are more transparent than washes.
- Brush linseed oil or a fast-drying paint primer on any bare wood exposed in the process.
- I watched my grandfather mix paint from linseed oil and pigment.
- Remove tarnish with a commercial pewter polish or a paste made of rotten-stone and boiled linseed oil or olive oil.
- He then overpaints those scratchings and doodles with aluminum pigment mixed with linseed oil, black paint and beeswax, frequently leaving much of the raw canvas untouched or exposed.
- Her eyes challenged me, potent, like a peregrine falcon's, but the beguiling scent of turps and linseed oil drew me to her canvas.
- He mixed the paints with linseed oil, making them translucent and dilute.
- Re-oil yearly with boiled linseed oil, tung oil, or a product recommended by the manufacturer.
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