Definition of Relacquering
1. relacquer [v] - See also: relacquer
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Literary usage of Relacquering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fire Insurance Inspection & Underwriting by Charles Carroll Dominge, W. O. Lincoln (1920)
"ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STOCK—Work is repairing and assembling fixtures, repairing motors, winding armatures, buffing, soldering and relacquering. ..."
2. 739 Paint Questions Answered: A Reference Encyclopedia Answering Knotty by National painters magazine (1904)
"Chandeliers; cleaning and relacquering, 379. Cheap coal tar and mineral paint, 65. Chairs, to clean caned seats of, 237. Chalking of white lead and oil ..."
3. Quantity Surveying for the Use of Surveyors, Architects, Engineers and Builders by John Leaning (1904)
"The painting in an old house, if good work is required, will involve the removal of the door and window furniture and possible relacquering. ..."