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Forgot to make my original point...

David Weaver
...it seems like the isocyanates are in just about everything that's two part and really hard (like 2k poly types in a can).

Anything iso-free is spotty in terms of performance in reviews, and sold to larger users, anyway (like automotive).

So, I'm back to square one (which is usable), that being painting a guitar, then transition coat of clear shellac and target WB crosslinked over the paint.

The super hard commercial permanent finishes don't appear to be appropriate at all in anything other than commercial environments (and I sure wouldn't want to spray them for a living, no matter the personal safety clothing/equipment)

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