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Posted on Paranoia setting in about spraying lacquer help please

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HillbillyShooter

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#1 posted 566 days ago

Although I’ m not a chemist, it is my understanding all spray paint (can & spray) are highly volatile, and lacquer is one of the most volatile. So, no, you’re neither being paranoid nor over thinking it. If it were me (and I used can lacquer last week end), I’d make sure there are no open flames in the area, open the area up, spray, and use an exhaust fan to remove all fumes before shutting back up and re-lighting any pilots. And, thank you for your service.

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