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Applying superposed diverse coatings or coating a coated base

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
427261000 Final coating nonuniform 66
427259000 Including a masking coating 16
427267000 Variegated surface produced (e.g., mottled, stippled, wood grained, etc.) 3
20120094023LIGHTWEIGHT TERRAZZO SURFACE COMPOSITION - A terrazzo composition containing a resin component; a hardener component; and an aggregate component, where the composition has a tensile strength of about 8500 psi to about 8900 psi, a compressive strength of about 2600 psi to about 3000 psi, a Shore D Hardness of about 50 to about 100, and a weight of about 0.60 pounds per square foot at 0.25 inch thickness to about 0.76 pounds per square foot at 0.25 inch thickness.04-19-2012
20090130310Method for painting concrete - A method of painting concrete for imitation of a desirable natural stone look on the concrete surface comprises determination of a base color of concrete, dissolving a first color water-soluble paint in water, applying the first color paint to the surface, drying it up to a predetermined extent, removing an excessive paint layer from ridge portions of the surface, drying up the surface, if the desirable look is achieved—applying a sealant layer over the paint layer and ending the steps, otherwise—dissolving a water-soluble paint of another color in water and repeating the mentioned steps for the other color layer. An embodiment provides the basic color by adding a dry pigment of desirable color into conventional concrete dry mixture in the amount of 0.5-2.0% of the mixture mass, intermingling the pigment with the mixture before introducing water. Preferable paint/water ratio, drying time, and sealant compositions are disclosed.05-21-2009
20130017331Faux Finish and Process for Applying and Creating a Faux FinishAANM Sandor; RaymondAACI Vero BeachAAST FLAACO USAAGP Sandor; Raymond Vero Beach FL US - A process for applying a faux finish includes the steps of applying a textured paint to a surface as a base coat, the textured paint having approximately 250 grams to approximately 500 grams of pumice per liquid gallon of paint, allowing the applied textured paint to dry on the surface, randomly applying to the dried textured paint a wet slurry composition, partially drying the applied wet composition, and dry brushing the partially dried composition about the dried textured paint to create a faux effect on the surface. The wet slurry composition comprises concentrations of approximately 40% to approximately 70% by volume of water, approximately 0.2% to approximately 0.5% by volume of methylcellulose, approximately 15% to approximately 25% by volume of acrylic resin, and approximately 15% to approximately 25% by volume of mica particles having a mesh size of between approximately 250 mesh and approximately 400 mesh.01-17-2013
427260000 Handheld brush or absorbent applicator utilized 2
20100266769COMPONENT MOUNTING METHOD - The present invention is a method of mounting a plurality of components on a substrate. This component mounting method comprises the steps of (a) to (f): (a) preparing the substrate; (b) preparing a first liquid; (c) preparing a component-containing liquid containing the components and a second liquid, wherein the first liquid is insoluble in the second liquid and has a higher wettability than the second liquid with respect to the surfaces of the components, first regions, and a line having a shorter width than a minimum length of each of the components; (d) disposing the first liquid in the first regions and the line; (e) moving a squeegee for supplying a component-containing liquid to the substrate, relative to the substrate over the line from one edge to the other edge of the substrate to bring the component-containing liquid into contact with the first liquid disposed in the first regions; and (f) removing the first liquid and the second liquid from the substrate to dispose the components in the first regions.10-21-2010
20110135825Process to Manufacture Main Body of Bike Helmet - A process of manufacturing the main body of a bike helmet is disclosed, where its process comprises the following steps: (I.) coating with base layer resin: that is, uniformly coat the entire shock absorbing liner with a base layer resin; (II.) coating with protective layer resin: uniformly coat the base layer resin with a protective layer resin to form a shell; (III.) transferring pattern: transfer the pattern to print on the shell; (IV.) clear coating: spray clear coating on the pattern; by means of the aforesaid steps of the process, the shock absorbing liner and the shell are able to join tightly, which enables to solidify the helmet for better durability, to prolong the years of use, to substantially lower the production cost, and to boost the yield rate.06-09-2011
427270000 Deforming the base or coating or removing a portion of the coating 2
20090304928MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE - A method for manufacturing a three-dimensional structure includes forming a first structure having a relief pattern on a substrate, forming a sacrifice layer on the first structure such that the sacrifice layer can be filled in a concave part of the first structure and the sacrifice layer can cover a surface of a convex part of the first structure on a side opposite to the substrate, forming a second structure having a relief pattern on the sacrifice layer, and a fourth step of removing the sacrifice layer from between the first structure and the second structure, and thereby bringing the second structure into contact with the surface of the first structure.12-10-2009
20120164332Method for producing a multilayer concrete-based coating on a ceramic or earthenware surface - A method for producing a decorative coating on a surface made of a mineral compound that is ceramic or earthenware, the method including: depositing an adhesive primer layer on said surface made of a mineral compound; depositing a concrete layer; hardening said concrete layer; and depositing a decorative layer. Advantageously, the concrete may be a self-levelling concrete.06-28-2012
427269000 Glass or ceramic base 1
20090291216Carbon nanotube device and manufacturing method of the same - After forming an opening, a resist film is formed on the entire surface and a resist pattern is formed by patterning the resist film. The shape of the resist pattern is such that it covers one side of the bottom of the opening. As a result, a Si substrate is exposed only in one part of the opening. Then, using the resist pattern as a mask, a catalytic layer is formed on the bottom of the opening. Then, the resist pattern is removed. Carbon nanotubes are grown on the catalytic layer. At this time, since the catalytic layer is formed on only one side of the bottom of the opening, the Van der Waals force biased towards that side works horizontally on the growing carbon nanotubes. Therefore, the carbon nanotubes are attracted towards the nearest side of the SiO11-26-2009
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20080280044AQUEOUS INK, INK SET, IMAGE FORMING METHOD AND IMAGE FORMING APPARATUS - An aqueous ink used together with a black ink containing a self-dispersion pigment, wherein the aqueous ink contains a reactive component for destabilizing the dispersion state of the self-dispersion pigment, the dynamic surface tension of the aqueous ink at a lifetime of 30 milliseconds is 41 mN/m or more, and the dynamic surface tension of the aqueous ink at a lifetime of 500 milliseconds is from 28 mN/m or more to 38 mN/m or less as determined by a maximum bubble pressure method.11-13-2008
20100021637PROCESS FOR DEPOSITING SENSORS ON A POROUS SUPPORT - Process for manufacturing an article comprising an approximately flat porous support and, within this support, defined zones in a chosen pattern, these zones being grafted with sensor molecules, such as metals, biological molecules, whereas the rest of the support remains free of this grafting.01-28-2010
20100075049INKJET RECORDING METHOD - The present invention provides an inkjet recording method that includes imparting a yellow ink that contains a water soluble azo dye represented by the following Formula (Y-I) in an amount of 50% by mass or more with respect to a total amount of yellow dye in the yellow ink by use of an inkjet method on a recording medium containing a support and an ink receiving layer disposed on the support and containing polyallylamine derivative, with which high image density is obtained and discoloration after image recording is inhibited from occurring;03-25-2010
20130034656PRE-TREATMENT COMPOSITION - Pre-treatment composition and printing method for printing durable images using such pre-treatment composition are disclosed. A disclosed example of the pre-treatment composition includes a liquid vehicle, a polyvalent metal salt, a latex resin and thickener. Moreover, a printing method is also disclosed with an ink composition comprising of an aqueous liquid vehicle and a colorant after pre-treatment with said pre-treatment composition.02-07-2013
20090304927Clear ink composition - A clear ink composition includes at least a slightly water-soluble alkanediol, a water-soluble alcohol as a dissolution aid for the slightly water-soluble alkanediol, water, and polymer fine particles, but does not include a colorant. A 10-Hz dynamic surface tension of the ink composition is 26 mN/m or less.12-10-2009
20090041941Method for forming a metal pattern on a substrate - A method for forming a metal pattern on a substrate via printing and electroless plating is disclosed, which includes printing a pattern on the substrate with an ink composition, drying the printed pattern, and contacting the dried pattern with an electroless plating solution. The ink composition either contains components (i), (ii) and (iii), components (i) and (iv), or components (i) and (v), which are dissolved or dispersed in a solvent, wherein (i) is a binder; (ii) is a sulfate terminated polymer of an ethylenically unsaturated monomer; (iii) is a catalytic metal precursor; (iv) is a polymer of an ethylenically unsaturated monomer deposited with particles of catalytic metal; and (v) is a copolymer of an ethylenically unsaturated monomer and a hydrophilic monomer deposited with particles of catalytic metal. The binder (i) is a water swellable resin. The catalytic metal may be Au, Ag, Pd, Pt or Ru.02-12-2009
20090117280COATING SYSTEM AND COATING METHOD - A coating system includes an intermediate coat applying process, an overcoat applying process, and a clear coat applying process, which are disposed successively along a coating flow direction. The intermediate coat applying process includes first through fourth intermediate coat applying stations through, which are disposed in parallel to each other across a coating line. The overcoat applying process includes first through sixth overcoat applying stations through, which are disposed in parallel to each other across the coating line. At least each of the first through third overcoat applying stations through has a plurality of coating robots for applying coats having different colors.05-07-2009
20130059081METHOD OF FABRICATING FLEXIBLE SUBSTRATE STRUCTURE - A method of fabricating a flexible substrate structure is provided. A flexible metal carrier including at least one first region and at least one second region is provided. A surface-modified layer is formed on the first region of the flexible metal carrier. A flexible plastic substrate is formed over the first region and the second region of the flexible metal carrier. The flexible plastic substrate over the first region contacts with the surface-modified layer. The flexible plastic substrate over the second region contacts with the flexible metal carrier.03-07-2013
20090269497BUILT-UP COMPOSITE STRUCTURES WITH A GRADED COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION FOR EXTREME ENVIRONMENT APPLICATIONS - An integrated composite structure with a graded coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) is formed by selecting a plurality of layers of materials with a graded CTE and using build-up (bottom-up) fabrication approaches such as metal deposition or powder metallurgy to produce a CTE-graded layered composite preform, which is then consolidated and heat treated to create the CTE graded integrated composite billet or near net shape. The integrated composite billet or near net shape is then processed to produce a first surface for attachment of a first structural member having a first CTE and to produce a second surface of for attachment of a second structural member having a second CTE.10-29-2009
20130164447METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING MATERIAL OF ENERGY PRODUCT - A method for manufacturing a material of energy product includes sufficiently stirring and mixing a naturally-mixed rare earth mineral of 25%-35% with a water-soluble essence of 65%-75% to form a base material for printing; setting up a print plate on a screen printing machine to carry out printing of the base material, followed by baking and drying, in a layer by layer manner with each layer being of a thickness of 0.04 mm; and repeating the steps of printing and baking and drying for several times to form an energy product material of an increased thickness that is applicable to decorations, textiles, personal daily commodities, and rehabilitation articles to provide a user with protection against adverse influences caused by positive ions, maintain natural balance of the body of the user, and facilitate blood circulation of the body of the user to thus improve metabolism.06-27-2013
20120288626Templated Monolayer Polymerization and Replication - A self-replicating monolayer system employing polymerization of monomers or nanoparticle ensembles on a defined template provides synthesis of two-dimensional single molecule polymers. Systems of self-replicating monolayers are used as templates for growth of inorganic colloids. A preferred embodiment employs SAM-based replication, wherein an initial monolayer is patterned and used as a template for self-assembly of a second monolayer by molecular recognition. The second monolayer is polymerized in place and the monolayers are separated to form a replicate. Both may then function as templates for monolayer assemblies. A generic self-replicating monomer unit comprises a polymerizable moiety attached by methylene repeats to a recognition element and an ending unit that will not interfere with the chosen recognition chemistry. The recognition element is self-complementary, unless two replicating monomers with compatible cross-linking chemistry are employed. After replication, selective mineralization and/or electroless plating may produce a two-dimensional inorganic sheet having patterned domains within it.11-15-2012
20100266768METHOD OF DOPING AND APPARATUS FOR DOPING - A method of doping at least one element in an array of elements on a substrate is disclosed. The method comprises providing at least one microfluidic channel passing from a first location external of the at least one element to a second location in fluidic communication with the at least one element. A dopant fluid is passed through the at least one microfluidic channel to the at least one element for doping the at least one element. A corresponding apparatus is also disclosed.10-21-2010
20080292795Process of manufacturing a wood fiberboard, in particular floor panels - A wood fiberboard, in particular floor panel, includes an HDF support board with a top side and an underside, the top side having a decoration, preferably a wood or tile decoration, is distinguished in that the decoration is printed directly onto the top side of the support board and is covered by at least one layer of a transparent synthetic resin.11-27-2008
20090263583SCRATCH OFF DOCUMENT AND METHOD OF PRINTING SAME - A scratch-off document may include a substrate. The substrate may include a front side and a backside with an information layer on the front side. An information layer may include an indicia component and a noise component. The noise component together with the indicia component may include a plurality of pile heights, and the indicia component may be visible when combined with the noise component. A scratch-off layer is included over the information layer so that the indicia component is not recognizable through the scratch-off layer.10-22-2009
20100112222DYE-BASED INK - A dye-based ink includes a dye and a solvent. The dye-based ink has a high print quality on plain paper. The dye-based ink may have a print quality similar to pigment-based inks. This may be particularly relevant for black inks.05-06-2010
20080305264THERMAL BARRIER COATING AND PROCESS THEREFOR - A thermal barrier coating and deposition process for a component intended for use in a hostile thermal environment, such as the turbine, combustor and augmentor components of a gas turbine engine. The TBC has a first coating portion on at least a first surface portion of the component. The first coating portion is formed of a ceramic material to have at least an inner region, at least an outer region overlying the inner region, and a columnar microstructure whereby the inner and outer regions comprise columns of the ceramic material. The columns of the inner region are more closely spaced than the columns of the outer region so that the inner region of the first coating portion is denser than the outer region of the first coating portion, wherein the higher density of the inner region promotes the impact resistance of the first coating portion.12-11-2008
20080317958Pigmented ink-jet ink with improved highlighter smear - Compositions, systems, and methods of printing an ink-jet image are provided. The composition can be an ink-jet ink, comprising a liquid vehicle, a pigmented colorant, and a wax emulsion. The wax emulsion can be present at from about 0.1 wt % to about 20 wt %, preferably 0.1 wt % to 10 wt %, and more preferably from 0.1 wt % to 5 wt % solid content of the ink-jet ink composition. Additionally, upon printing the ink-jet ink on a media substrate compared to printing a comparative ink-jet ink composition on a media substrate, the ink-jet ink composition exhibits improved alkaline highlighter smear fastness compared to the comparative ink-jet ink composition.12-25-2008
20090117279Thermal interface material having carbon nanotube array and method for making the same - A method for making a thermal interface material includes: providing a CNT array on a substrate; providing a first solution with organic matter and ferric ion; soaking the CNT array into the first solution for a period of time; dipping a second solution into the first solution to form a ferric salt deposit; taking out the CNT array, and then heating the CNT array in inert gas; and cooling and peeling off the CNT array from the substrate, and finally achieving a thermal interface material. The thermal interface material made by the present method has a high heat conducting efficiency.05-07-2009
20100272898METHOD FOR PREPARING A SELECTIVELY PERMEABLE PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE - A method for preparing a selectively permeable protective structure. The selectively permeable structure comprises a membrane having a moisture vapor permeation value of at least 200 g-mil/m10-28-2010
20100151132Printing ink composition and method for printing - A process of printing applies printing ink to the surface of a product of thermoplastic rubber compounds containing upwards of 95% mineral oil. The process uses ink compositions of resins, mineral oil, solvents, colorants, and additives. The process involves preparing a product from copolymer resins and other components, and blending an ink from copolymer resins and other components. Next, the process prints the desired multi-color image on the treated surface followed with a top coat on the surface of the substrate to protect the printed image. The top coat and ink stretch with the product so that the image remains intact. The process uses pad printing to print the image upon the surface of the product.06-17-2010
20110212262MULTILAYER COATING APPARATUS AND MULTILAYER COATING METHOD - Provided are a multilayer coating apparatus and a multilayer coating method in which an uneven flow can be reduced when two types of resins having different softening points are caused to join together and a wire member is coated therewith. A coating apparatus (09-01-2011
20100316803Elastomeric paint with protective coating upon styrenic block copolymer articles - A solvent based elastomeric paint coating composition contains styrenic block copolymer, mineral oil, solvents, pigments, and additives. The paint coating composition dries to form a layer on a substrate. The paint layer has high elongation, tensile strength, and excellent shape retention after high velocity impact stress conditions. The elastomeric protective coating contains styrenic block copolymer, alkyl cyanoacrylate, mineral oil, solvents and additives. The protective coating composition dries to form a layer on the paint area. Beside the properties of protective layer have moderate elongation, tensile strength, the protective layer provides unexpectedly good scratch resistance on the paint coating area. The coating process can be applied by various methods including pad printing, screen printing, brushing, and spraying.12-16-2010
20110111125Dithered Printing of Clear Ink to Reduce Rub and Offset - An imaging device includes a media supply and handling system configured to move media along a path. A printing system is disposed along the path that includes at least one printhead for applying melted phase-change ink of at least one color to the media to form images thereon. A fixing assembly is disposed along the path downstream of the printing system that is configured to apply heat and/or pressure to the melted phase change ink of the images on the media. A coating system is disposed along the path downstream from the spreader. The coating system includes at least one printhead for applying a clear ink on top of the images formed on the media by the printing station.05-12-2011
20100015337METHOD FOR APPLYING INTERFERENCE PIGMENTS TO A SUBSTRATE - The present invention relates to a method for applying interference pigments to a substrate, comprising the steps: a) provision of a substrate and b) application of a preparation to at least one side of the substrate, where the preparation contains at least one surfactant and at least one interference pigment, the interference pigment having a carrier material and at least one coat applied to the carrier material, and a substrate obtainable by the abovementioned method.01-21-2010
20100062162Method for Strengthening Metal Articles and Parts - The present invention allows enhancing durability and wear resistance of metal articles used in various constructions with high-strength requirements. The inventive method comprises applying a strengthening layer made of material exhibiting heavy-fermion properties in the form of a cerium heavy-fermion compound. Such compound has a covalence degree in the atom chemical bond ranging from 0.3 to 0.7, and energy bands gap of 0<ΔE<3 eV. Particularly, the compounds include cerium with at least one element of IIIA-VIA groups of the Periodical System, and/or at least one transition metal provided with a filled or close to be filled d-shell. A layer of crystalline material, that readily becomes amorphous, is optionally applied over the strengthening layer for its protection. The invention enables strengthening metal articles exposed to critical mechanical and thermal loads in 10 and more times and enables operating the articles under conditions that otherwise would cause breaking of the articles.03-11-2010
20110081489METHOD OF FORMING A DISPLAY BLANK HAVING AN ENCAPSULATED FRAGRANCE - The invention relates to a method of forming a display blank having an encapsulated fragrance as well as a method of forming a removable reusable substrate having an encapsulated fragrance. In one embodiment, the method includes the steps of providing a base sheet carrying at least one removable reusable substrate, printing indicia on the removable reusable substrate, applying a liquid laminate to at least a portion of the removable reusable substrate, and applying a liquid slurry containing an encapsulated fragrance to at least a portion of the removable reusable substrate.04-07-2011
20090176018NANO/MICRO-TEXTURED SURFACES AND METHODS OF MAKING SAME BY ALUMINUM-INDUCED CRYSTALLIZATION OF AMORPHOUS SILICON - The present invention discloses a method of surface texturing at nano/micro-scale by aluminum-induced rapid crystallization of amorphous silicon for controlling the wettability of a surface, enhancing cell attachment to a surface, and promoting cell growth on a surface. The present invention can be used in a variety of applications, such as producing superhydrophobic or superhydrophilic surfaces for medical devices, microelectromechanical systems, and microfluidic channels.07-09-2009
20100136235Method of Making Thin Film Structures and Compositions Thereof - This invention is directed to a method of modifying the refractive index of multilayer thin films structure comprising high refractive and low refractive index layers, where the high refractive and low refractive index layers are of the same material, the method comprises a) depositing a first layer of film of a refractive index on a substrate; b) depositing a second layer of film having a different refractive index onto the first layer of film; and c) depositing a third layer of film having a different refractive index from the second layer of film onto the second layer of film, and compositions thereof. In certain embodiments, this multilayer thin film structure of this invention is directed to decorative applications.06-03-2010
20120207929Dosage form exhibiting rapid disperse properties, methods of use and process for the manufacture of same - A rapidly dispersing dosage form is described, which releases its active ingredients within a period of less than about ninety seconds. These dosage forms exhibit a three-dimensional shape that is retained for adequate storage but is readily dispersed in the presence of excess moisture. Also disclosed are methods of administration of a medicament and a process for the preparation of rapidly dispersing dosage forms.08-16-2012
20090220696Compositions for Forming Reflecting Layer Having Organic Silver Complexes, and Method for Preparing Reflecting Layer Using Same - The present invention relates to compositions for forming reflecting layer having organic silver complexes, and method for preparing reflecting layer using the same. More specifically, it relates to compositions for forming reflecting layer including silver complexes that have distinct structures and the method for preparing reflecting layer, where primary coating is applied to promote the adhesive force to materials such as plastic, ceramic, metal, etc. and then a high-reflecting layer is formed by using the silver coating fluid, followed by transparent coating for protection.09-03-2009
20120164330METHOD OF USING PRINT HEAD ASSEMBLY IN FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING SYSTEM - A method of using a print head assembly that includes a print head carriage and multiple, replaceable print heads that are configured to be removably retained in receptacles of the print head carriage.06-28-2012
20100080913INK SET AND INKJET RECORDING METHOD - An ink set includes (i) an ink composition including a pigment, polymer particles, and a first water-soluble polymerizable compound that undergoes polymerization when irradiated with an active energy radiation; and (ii) a treatment liquid including a coagulant that coagulates components in the ink composition and a second water-soluble polymerizable compound that undergoes polymerization when irradiated with an active energy radiation and that may be the same as the first water-soluble polymerizable compound or different from the first water-soluble polymerizable compound.04-01-2010
20100047455STABLE NON-AQUEOUS INKJET INKS - A non-aqueous inkjet ink includes a diketopyrrolo-pyrrole pigment and at least one polyalkyleneglycol dialkylether having a molecular weight of at least 250. Also, a method for manufacturing decorative laminates using the non-aqueous inkjet ink is provided.02-25-2010
20090017211GRAPHENE FILM AS TRANSPARENT AND ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTING MATERIAL - A transparent and conductive film comprising at least one network of graphene flakes is described herein. This film may further comprise an interpenetrating network of other nanostructures, a polymer and/or a functionalization agent(s). A method of fabricating the above device is also described, and may comprise depositing graphene flakes in solution and evaporating solvent therefrom.01-15-2009
20100233370Coated Fabrics with Increased Abrasion Resistance - A silicone coating is applied to fabrics to increase the abrasion resistance while enhancing the natural absorbency and breathability. These fabrics can be used for a variety of applications such as components for shoes, inkjet receptive media, automotive air bags, facing for insulation, tapes and other uses.09-16-2010
20120276293INK JET RECORDING APPARATUS AND INK JET RECORDING METHOD - A recording method includes applying and overcoating. A color ink is applied to a region on a medium. A clear ink is applied to the region. The applied color ink and the applied clear ink are overcoated.11-01-2012
20080213481Method for creating a reference region and a sample region on a biosensor - A method is described herein that can use any one of a number of deposition techniques to create a reference region and a sample region on a single biosensor which in the preferred embodiment is located within a single well of a microplate. The deposition techniques that can be used to help create the reference region and the sample region on a surface of the biosensor include: (1) the printing/stamping of a deactivating agent on a reactive surface of the biosensor; (2) the printing/stamping of a target molecule (target protein) on a reactive surface of the biosensor; or (3) the printing/stamping of a reactive agent on an otherwise unreactive surface of the biosensor.09-04-2008
20100279013Painting device, painting arrangement, method for painting a curved surface of an object, and use of an inkjet device for painting an aircraft - A painting device for painting a curved surface (11-04-2010
20130196066METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A PROTECTIVE GLOVE - A method of fabricating a temperature resistant and fluid impermeable protective glove having front and back panels joined by at least one seam. During manufacture, the glove is dipped into a first thin liquid to coat the exterior surface of the glove. The first liquid penetrates through gaps in the seam and seals those gaps as it solidifies. The first liquid coated glove is then dipped into a second thicker liquid to coat the entire exterior surface including the sealed seam. A third coating may be applied to the interior surface of the glove prior to joining the front and back panels together. The glove may also include an interior liner and an exterior protective member for added comfort and protection.08-01-2013

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