Definitions for "Acrylic"
Of or containing acryl, the hypothetical radical of which acrolein is the hydride; as, acrylic acid. The characteristic residue in an acrylic compound is the carbonyl group attached directly to an ethylenic carbon.
same as acrylic resin.
same as acrylic fiber.
Sculptured nail material. Combination of a liquid and powder that is mixed to form the artificial nail.
Material used in fixture lenses; tends to yellow with age..
a man-made material
a man-made fibre that is soft to the touch and has good colour retention.
Generic name for man made fibres derived from Polacrylonitrile. Generally perceived to be hard wearing but less soft to feel than cotton
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Acrylic items are given the French lilac process (used on glass), to achieve the distinctive frosted look. Acrylic provides the drama of frosted glass without the weight of such.
Acrylic is one type of enamel. Acrylic enamel is water based; which means that water is used both for clean-up and thinning.
It has moisture barrier as well as waterproofing, water repelling properties.
A semi-rigid, two-component adhesive which bonds to a large variety of substrates. Acrylics are known for their environmental resistance, fast setting time and flame retardant properties.
Steal Three-Way-Calling, Call Waiting and programmable Call Forwarding on old 4-wire phone systems
Keywords:  artists, especially
used especially by artists