water borne lacquer waiting time plus an interesting site

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Re: water borne lacquer waiting time plus an interesting site

Postby Brian Evans » Tue Feb 13, 2018 10:51 am

I've used Brite-tone too, on Gordon's recommendation. It is a pre-catalyzed cross-linking finish so it cures as the catalyst kicks. It drys fast too, for recoating or sanding between coats, and takes dyes really well.

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