The formulation of industrial finishes to protect and improve the appearance of mass‐produced articles has become an increasingly complicated technique with the growing range of materials flow available. In this article Mr. Macrae, after discussing surface preparation and application methods, describes the formulation and performances of stoving enamels, cold‐curing finishes and air‐drying finishes. He concludes that even with the number of resins available today there is still much room for improvement.
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