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Painting road markings, as observed

Hot white road paint from a smoking tank on a wagon is dispensed into a jug. The operative pours from the jug into a spreader while drawing it along, guided by a straightedge or chalked lines. While the paint is still tacky, small glass beads are broadcast over it to make it reflective. The paint is cold and set in a very short time.
by Robin Stott

Created: Tue, 7 Oct 2014, Updated: Tue, 7 Oct 2014


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SX9472 : Painting an arrow at the Point car park, Teignmouth: 1 by Robin Stott
SX9472 : Painting an arrow at the Point car park, Teignmouth: 3 by Robin Stott
SX9472 : Painting an arrow at the Point car park, Teignmouth: 4 by Robin Stott
SX9472 : Painting an arrow at the Point car park, Teignmouth: 2 by Robin Stott


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