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Auto Body Vocab 29

Metallic General term applied to finishes containing aluminum particles
Iridescents (AKA metallic) All colors that contain aluminum, mica, or other particles that impart a metallic appearance to the color. Iridescent colors must be carefully matched on the face and the pitch in order to achieve a desirable appearance
Humidity Water vapor present in the air in varying amounts
Contaminants Any polish, wax, tree sap, tar, oil, and the like that would damage the paint film or spoil the adhesion of a new paint film
Color Retention When a color is exposed to the elements and does not change is said to have good color retention
Bounce return without payment, as when a check goes to the bank and comes back to the check writer for payment because there is not enough money in the account
Contracts Legally enforceable agreements between 2 or more parties to do or not to do something
Contract The agreement between an insurance company and an insured. It states the legally enforceable obligations of the insurance company in return for the premiums it receives
Dedicated giving completely of one’s time and energy to a specific purpose
Genealogy an account of the ancestors of a person, family or group
Lifestyle a person’s or group’s manner of living; one’s style of life
Created by: Mrs. Talbot