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Re: clear laq dried dull

Originally Posted by lancs dave View Post
Hi Paul.

If the laquer is still clear, can't it just be polished.??
It could be attempted, (I guess there's no harm in doing so).

But, if it's absorbed moisture on all 3 coats, there's a good chance it's all the way through.

Polishing assists with oxidation, mainly.


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