Nitro Cellulose Lacquer

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Nitro Cellulose Lacquer

Postby loyd » Tue Mar 26, 2019 11:07 am

I barely heard a conversation between the chair and members in the back of H111 about their difficulty of finding non-catalyzed lacquer. I only got a minor gist of the issue but gathered the issue is around stores substituting the pre-catalyzed version. I couldn't hear enough to really catch the conversation. :oops: But I haven't had a problem since I usually get mine from Eaton's Ace hardware in Manchester. The Deft brushing lacquer is not catalyzed and has retarder to facilitate brushing, but it sprays very nicely and flows out well. Eaton's carries quarts and rattle cans in gloss, semi-gloss, satin, and sanding sealer. It's in the back right hand corner of the store. They usually have a pretty good supply of each. I checked this morning, March 26, and they had a good supply.

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