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#1 posted 07-22-2019 02:07 PM

I’ve always been told by lacquer finishing experts (sales reps from Gemini, M.L. Campbells, and Blue Ridge Products) that it takes 72 hours for it to cure.

I’ve also had finish coats on cabinets stick together while sitting on a truck overnight… Only to discover it when taking it off the truck after delivery.

It’d be best to accommodate your lacquer curing- however you do it. Let it cure, then ship, or make sure it’s not touching anything when you do.

-- Jim, Georgia, USA

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