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#1 posted 01-03-2012 03:37 AM

If your project is small, you can use an airbrush, if you have one. I’ve had good luck that way. The manufacturers of both acrylic water base finishes, and nitrocellulose lacquer say not to spray, but as long as you protect yourself from inhaling the stuff, you should be OK. In some cases I wet sand with up to 600 grit, depending on the look I’m after.


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