[ sˈiːl ˈɪn], [ sˈiːl ˈɪn], [ s_ˈiː_l ˈɪ_n]
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How to use "Seal in" in context?
Seal in is a DIY sealant and water repellent product designed to protect wood surfaces from moisture and wear. It is a two-part formula that is applied using a spray can. The sealer coats the wood while the repellent inhibits the growth of fungi and algae.
Seal In was designed to provide long-term protection against moisture and wear on wood surfaces. The sealer coats the wood while the repellent inhibits the growth of fungi and algae.
Homophones for Seal in:
- scolion, sauce-alone, solemn, scalene, Schoolma'am, solo man, sea holm, selene, salmi, slimy, slummy, slam, swollen, solomon, sea lion, sealyham, salian, slain, salaam, Salim, scallion, shallon, salmo, sicilian, social lion, salome, salem, Sally Lunn, squall line, selma, saloon, schliemann, slim, sea lane, salomon, solan, slow lane, saline, Shiah Islam, sloanea, silene, solanum, slum, salami, solon, slam on, salon, sexual union, sockeye salmon, scullion, saxicoline, skyline, sash line, sullen, selenium, salina, slalom, slime, salmon, schoolman.
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