A coating that protects the printing and surface of a pressure sensitive label from abrasion, sunlight, chemicals, moisture, or any combination of these. Varnish and lacquer are examples of clear coats.
a coating used on a vehicle to protect it against corrosion
Finish added after paint job to give the vehicle a high luster look and protection.
A coating that protects the printed label from abrasion, UV rays, chemicals, moisture etc.
The clearcoat imparts gloss and protection to a basecoat clearcoat system. It is essentially a pigment-free paint.
A protective coating that is applied to the surface of the part to guard against abrasion, ultra violet (UV) exposure, chemicals, and other environmental elements. Commonly used clear coats are lacquer and spraying.
A clear, shiny coat of paint (e.g. urethane or acrylic enamel) applied over the base or color coat of paint on a vehicle.
A varnish. A coating that protects the printing and the surface of a pressure-sensitive label from abrasion, sunlight, chemicals, moisture, or a combination of these.
Clear coat paint refers to the clear (non-pigmented) top coat paint that is applied over a colored base coat paint, and is found on most vehicles built in recent years. Clear coat paint increases the vehicle's paint durability, gloss and resistance to har