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Auto Body Vocab 15

Energy Absorber Device used on bumpers to absorb energy from a collision
Feather Edging Sanding down a surface to a very fine edge; that is when one coat of material is made gradually thinner around the edge until it finally disappears
Isocyanate Additive that is part of many paint and plastic hardeners; injurious to the lungs
Mil Measure of film thickness equal to 0.001 inches
Orange Peel Uneven, pebbly surface somewhat resembling the skin of an orange; appears in a paint film that has been applied by spray
Assessment An estimate of the value of an item or a close and critical evaluation of a situation
Qualifies To be suitable, as for a job, office or privileges
Remodeling Making over, with changes of design or purpose
W-2 Form Wages and tax statement provided by the employer listing income earned by the employee
Yield The amount of money a person makes on his/her savings or investment
Created by: Mrs. Talbot