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Posted on Lacquer is milky white - HALP!

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#1 posted 07-11-2018 02:24 AM

That sure looks like lacquer blushing which can be caused by high humidity while applying the lacquer.

The way to fix/avoid it if you’re using a spray gun system is to add a retarding agent to the lacquer.

If you are using spray cans and have this problem, get Behlen’s Blush Eraser (available from Amazon here and it will fix the problem.

I think you will need to remove the Howard’s Wax and Feed before using the blush eraser…

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