Blowing

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'''Blowing''' is a platering defect that results when a conical piece is blown out of a finished surface because moisture in the [[plaster]] has mixed with an imperfetly slaked mixture of quicklime. Blowing is'' also called pitting''.
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'''Blowing''' is a platering defect that results when a conical piece is blown out of a finished surface because moisture in the [[plaster]] has mixed with an imperfetly slaked mixture of '''[[quicklime]]'''. Blowing is'' also called pitting''.

Current revision as of 16:42, 12 August 2009

Blowing is a platering defect that results when a conical piece is blown out of a finished surface because moisture in the plaster has mixed with an imperfetly slaked mixture of quicklime. Blowing is also called pitting.

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