geschlossen (hier)

Italian translation: vedi sotto

17:11 Apr 19, 2005
German to Italian translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: geschlossen (hier)
Untergründe müssen tragfähig, sauber, fest, trocken, fett-, wachs- und pflegemittelfrei sowie frei von *geschlossenen* Lackfilmen sein. Vor jedem Anstrich Untergrund nach Trocknung leicht anschleifen und reinigen.

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Annelore Summa
Italy
Italian translation:vedi sotto
Explanation:
strati di smalto integri/sigillati/ermetici, vale a dire che non deve presentare strati di smalto continui poiché renderebbero difficoltosa e sicuramente non aderente la verniciatura successiva di finitura perché quest'ultima creerebbe delle "bolle" che si solleverebbero.
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Marina Murrau
Italy
Local time: 11:01
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vedi sotto


Explanation:
strati di smalto integri/sigillati/ermetici, vale a dire che non deve presentare strati di smalto continui poiché renderebbero difficoltosa e sicuramente non aderente la verniciatura successiva di finitura perché quest'ultima creerebbe delle "bolle" che si solleverebbero.

Marina Murrau
Italy
Local time: 11:01
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in ItalianItalian
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