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#1 posted 12-05-2018 06:45 AM


Try to respray the lacquer.
It should melt the previous coat and take away the film.

- jbay

+1. Another thing to keep around if you use lacquer a lot is an aerosol can of blush remover. It’s a solvent called Butyl Cellosolve that evaporates 64 times slower than acetone, allowing it to not only melt the lacquer, but to keep it from curing before it has time to trap the moisture that causes blush. It’s also useful for areas where you’ve gotten overspray that’s dusty. A quick shot and it smooths out the finish.

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