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How to use waterproofing in a sentence
The walls and the floor are covered with a kind of thick layer of waterproofing, which does not allow water to penetrate the walls or the floor.
The installation of waterproofing to protect the garage from damage was a priority item in a $15 million package of repairs that was likely to “tear up most of the property,” documents show.Florida condo board saw flaws in original construction in tests after 2018 engineer’s report | Jon Swaine, Emma Brown, Beth Reinhard | July 2, 2021 | Washington Post
The Powerbeats also offer nine hours of battery life per charge and offer more robust waterproofing since they have to survive marathon sweat sessions.Beats Studio Buds review: The cure for Android’s AirPods envy? | Billy Cadden | June 18, 2021 | Popular-Science
In 2019, an 80-year checkup seemed warranted, and a study initiated by the Facilities Department found deterioration of the building exterior and waterproofing.
For example, if you plan on watching your new set under your porch, you probably won’t need a model that offers the same level of waterproofing and anti-glare technology as one that will be directly exposed to rain, snow, and sun.Best outdoor TV: For rooftop gatherings and patio parties | PopSci Commerce Team | March 11, 2021 | Popular-Science
The first patent for waterproofing seems to have been granted in 1791.The Romance of Plant Life | G. F. Scott Elliot
One use they put it to was the waterproofing of their cloaks.The Wonder Book of Knowledge | Various
For wet holes paraffined paper is used, the miner waterproofing the joints with grease.
A sheet of brown waterproofing covered half of it, and beneath stood a large tin tray full of sawdust.The Man from Archangel | A. Conan Doyle
waterproofing—rubber goods, cuprammonium processes, miscellaneous preparations.Wrinkles in Electric Lighting | Vincent Stephen