Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
lacquer question

Bill Youngblood
>Hi Gang,
I have been dabbling with some lacquer finishes. I tried automotive and found it is not your father's lacquer. The new chemistry is totally different than it was when I was a lot younger. It takes a lot longer to dry and is quite expensive. I also tried a spray can that I got from Lowe's. I thought it did a decent job but I have no idea what the chemical make-up is. It dried relatively fast and did decent job. I am assuming it is what is called furniture lacquer.
My question is, if you use lacquer, do you prefer automotive or furniture type and why?

Bill

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