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Catalyzed, not Catalytic (Follow-Up #15)

posted by: jeffeverde on 08.13.2009 at 05:34 pm in Kitchens Forum

"doing a search on Google either term is acceptable; I got 5,100 hits for catalized conversion varnish and 5,160 hits for catalytic conversion varnish. To be technically correct, I probably should have hyphenated it: catalytic-conversion varnish as it is a compound adjective"

It's "catalyzed" (verb transitive), not "catalytic" (adjective). The addition of a catalyITIC agent makes it a catalYZED varnish.

For an explanation of what makes a catalyzed varnish, see the attached link from Finishing Magazine.

Here is a link that might be useful: Catalyzed Varnish 101

NOTES:

Catalyzed Vanish
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