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(pronounced flaym rih-TAR-dehnt)

As an adjective, flame retardant means that something as been made or treated so as to resist burning. As a noun, a flame retardant is the chemical used to treat products

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(pronounced FLAYM stich)

A type of pattern made either with weaving or printing techniques, a flame stitch consists of intertwining peaks and valleys that end up giving the impression of a flame. Used stylishly

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(pronounced FLA-shing)

You would think that with a name like flashing, the term would refer to something with a little sparkle and pizzazz. Well, we guess sheet metal can put off a little shimmer, and that is

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(pronounced FLOHT)

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(pronounced FLOHT strihp)

When setting tile or stone in beds of mortar, it is common for installers to use strips of material that help them level the hard surfacing material to the desired angle.

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(pronounced flush boltz)

This type of door hardware secures a door in place and is mounted either inside (most common) or on the surface of a door. Often used on the more stationary panel of a set

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(pronounced FLOO-ting)

A decorative term that can apply to classic architectural ornamentation as well as to furniture and accessories. It describes (usually a series of) shallow, parallel concave channels that appear on any surface, but