How to Reduce Acrylic Lacquer?

Answer Acrylic lacquer is a form of automotive paint that can be applied as a primer, color or final clear coat. Acrylic lacquer is susceptible to temperature fluctuations, and therefore requires a uretha... Read More »

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Can I paint acrylic enamel over acrylic lacquer?

Acrylic enamel paint and acrylic lacquer paint aren't meant to be layered one on top of another when painting a car. However, if the vehicle's surface is prepared with the correct primer, you can a... Read More »

How to Paint a Car With Acrylic Lacquer?

Acrylic lacquer is the only way to get your vintage hot rod looking as shiny as a showroom car. While you can have your car professionally lacquered, you'll save money by doing the job yourself. Ap... Read More »

Can I lacquer over acrylic paint?

Lacquer must be applied to new wood surfaces or over surfaces that already have a coat of lacquer, not over acrylic. According to Ace Hardware's Projects and Solutions, lacquer will lift the paint... Read More »

How to Spray Acrylic Lacquer?

Applying acrylic lacquer spray gives a surface a shiny finish while also protecting it from stains and some abrasions. Using spray cans -- readily available in most home improvement and hardware st... Read More »