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cost of lacquer6/9/18
I am using ML Cambell so far result is kind of ok not the best and not like price so much i spray white finish 15 -20 gallon per project, for large bookcases is there anything better out there cost less.
Are you using water based, precarlt, conversion varnish, 2k poly, etc?
solvent base pre cat and i add the catalyze
Hat to put it...bluntly.,...But, buddy, maybe doing suppler shopping vs web interrogating maybe your best results !!
I can tell from your use of grammar English must not be your first language... good for you I can't speak two languages... and tyou may also be a beginner finisher. your first course of action would be to locate distributors in your area that has a sales rep and a technical rep that is willing to work with you for the right product for your application and then look at pricing with the different distributors.
"solvent base pre cat and i add the catalyze"
Are you adding catalyst to pre-cat?!?
before you all freak out on him, I use a precat where you have the option to add ~3% of their conversion catalyst for improved hardness. He may use a similar system
The cost of using lacquer is your health and sanity Stop using lacquer.
Use water based urethane acrylics. There are several brands that work, but Old Master Masters Armor it the stuff. They even have dead flat.
Everything inside that need a protective coating gets that on my jobs.
You can even ad their catalyst to it, making a floor finish.
You can wet sand and buff it.
You can not use it on a horse
I sell it to the client, even when the old timer wants his boiled linseed oil.