For Painting Walls...

Manufacturer and builder 9, 1890

For painting walls, or other objects exposed to dampness, a mixture has come into extensive use in Germany, formed of very fine iron filings and linseed-oil varnish. When the material to be painted is subject to frequent change of temperature, linseed oil and amber varnish are added to the first two coats. The paint may be applied to wood, stone or iron; and, in the case of the latter, it is not necessary to free it from rust or oily matters.

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