You can go over a hundred degrees with it. It's an acceptable method of thinning it without solvents. It allows you to build a finish quicker.I've read a couple of accounts that say warming lacquer to about 90degrees before spraying makes it level better and set up faster. Would this really be the case if the item being sprayed isn't also the same temperature?
You are right rattle can lacquer is thinner and contains retarder thinner so it wouldn't make sense to warm it. In addition heating rattle can lacquer could cause it to expel the propellant making the can useless. You know it would build pressure when heated.Steve,
This make a lot of sense.
Would you agree that it would make very little sense to warm rattle can lacquer since it’s already pretty thin?