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Posted on Paranoia setting in about spraying lacquer help please

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#1 posted 01-13-2013 01:07 AM


What type lacquer where you thinkiing of putting on your table? If it’s a straight nitroceleous lacquer there wouldn’t be much more durablity then your shellac. A pre-catalyzed or post-catalyzed lacquer would give you much more protection from moisture and wear-n-tear.

You’re not getting paranoid about not having any type open flame in your shop when spraying. Cross ventilation is best when spraying, both for you and and the shop in general. (pulling fresh air into your shop and exhausting the overspray. (just don’t have a fan blowing directly on your project when spraying lacquer, good way for it to blush)

Beautiful job on the table. Looks great.

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