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Qualalacq Lacquer, Satin, Quart

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  • This is our top of the line satin lacquer. It is highly resistant to the strongest of alcohols, water, moderate heat, and abrasion impact. It is highly scratchresistant after a week's cure time. Nitrocellulose based, this lacquer forms a hard film designed to take punishment that would...

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    This is our top of the line satin lacquer. It is highly resistant to the strongest of alcohols, water, moderate heat, and abrasion impact. It is highly scratch

    resistant after a week's cure time. Nitrocellulose based, this lacquer forms a hard film designed to take punishment that would normally ruin other lacquers. It may be used on tabletops, and other such applications that require a tough finish.

    • Designed for applications that require a tough finish
    • Use with Qualalacq Sanding Sealer and Qualalacq Thinner recommended
    • Forms a hard film
    • Satin lacquer. Highly scratch resistant
    • This item is not available for shipment into the State of California. However, it may be available for sale at your local Woodcraft Store. Please call for availability

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    In our travels to Boston’s New England Home Show, we came across the Woodrow Instrument Company which is located in Southern Appalachian in western North Carolina at the Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville. The Woodrow Company was named after master woodworker, Woodrow Branscombe from Jacksonville Florida. Dan studied under Woodrow for a few years, developing the Appalachian instruments in Woodrow’s shop. Before passing, Woodrow worked in his woodshop into his early 90′s. Woodrow grew up during the depression and being from the old school, he would use every scrap of wood including making projects from pallet wood. Dan said, “The major lesson I learned from Woodrow was his patience working with wood and products, learning how elements react with each other and how to manipulate those elements to make them work together.” Dan remarked, “You can’t buy that lesson in any school!”

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      Great spraying lacquer

      Perfect viscosity for spraying right out of the can. Very clear, smooth finish. Flows out well. This "satin" lacquer in my opinion is close to semi-gloss. Will require some rubbing out if you want a truely satin finish.

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