Varnish - An unpigmented (clear) finish whose vehicles consists of resins and both drying and non-drying oils. After
evaporation of the volatile content, drying is by oxidation and/or polymerization.
Vehicle - The liquid portion of a paint which carries the pigments. Anything that is dissolved in the liquid portion of a paint
becomes a part of the vehicle.
Washing - Paint films sometimes allow the pigment to "wash" out under action of the elements. When rubbed, a wet,
soapy, emulsion will be formed. This is termed "washing".
Wrinkling - Sometimes referred to as "crinkling", "puckering", or "crimping", this describes a condition in which the paint
film gathers in wrinkles. It frequently occurs when paint or varnish is applied at low temperatures.