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I have a request to apply a tinted lacquer to an older (50+ yrs) stained hutch. I'm not interested in the amount of time required to completely strip it, and would be cost-prohibitive in any event. How do I determine whether I can just scuff it and shoot?
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Your good to go she's a lacquer piece try DEFT CLEAR WOOD FINISH MIX YOUR COLORANT of choice. I have had 25 years experience with finishing and 100 percent of all furniture was lacquer finished then as most is today.
 

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Your good to go she's a lacquer piece try DEFT CLEAR WOOD FINISH MIX YOUR COLORANT of choice. I have had 25 years experience with finishing and 100 percent of all furniture was lacquer finished then as most is today.
I’ll be shooting tinted precat lacquer, preceded by dewaxing, cleaning thoroughly and scuffing. Sound about right?
 
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