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(idiomatic) To make slight corrections or adjustments; to fill in or perfect.
(idiomatic) To fondle or to grope someone, usually in an inappropriate way.
A slight correction or adjustment.
Another way to revive your flowers is to touch up their roots.
If you plan to offer wooden pieces for sale, use a touch up wood stain pen to fill in any scratches.
Silicone cleaners can seep into the finish and create a barrier that won't allow a stain or lacquer to bond with the furniture, making it impossible to refinish or touch-up.
The initial consultation and touch-up work may cost extra, so make sure you get a full estimate before committing to the process.
Refresher kits are available to touch up the teeth every six to twelve months.
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