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  1. NAME: OTU CHUKWUMAIJE OKO
    REG NO: FPI/ND/QS/15/025
    PHONE NUM: 08130821940

    QUESTION ONE
    WHAT IS DISTEMPER
    Distemper is a term with a variety of meaning for paints used in decorating and as historical medium for painting pictures and contrasted with tempera

    QUESTION TWO
    HOW IS IT APPLIED TO A SURFACE?
    Procedure for applications are as follows
    A). The entire surface should be coated with proper distemper brushes in horizontal strokes uniformly followed by vertical ones immediately
    B). The subsequent coat should be applied only after the previous coats are dried
    C). The finished surface should be even and uniform showing no brush marks
    D). Enough distemper should be mixed to finish one room at a time

    QUESTION THREE
    WRITE DOWN THE PROPERTIES OF DISTEMPER
    A). They exhibit poor workability
    B). They are less durable than oil paints
    C). They are treated as water paints and they are easy to apply
    D). They are generally light in colour and they provide a good reflective coating

    QUESTION FOUR
    COMPARISON OF CLAMP BURNING AND KILN BURNING OF DISTEMPER
    CLAMP BURNING is a temporal structure generally constructed over the ground with a height of about 4 to 6M.
    This is employed when the demand of the bricks is lower scale and whem it is a moonsoon season
    WHILE
    KILN BURNING is a large oven used for the burning of bricks generally local and other locally available materials like wood cow hung etc which can be used as fuel.
    They are divided into two types which are as follows
    1: Intermittent kiln
    2: Continous kiln

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