Sami Ghouri Posted December 30, 2008 Report Share Posted December 30, 2008 Hey there! I am going through the dreads of clearcoating white guitars with Minwax Polycryllic (waterbase) clear which dries very clear but is a serious ho to work with, sprays like a foam, and stays gummy for weeks and weeks..... i was at ACE ther other day and i stumbled across Minwax Aerosol Lacquer, doesn't say what the substance is (urethane, nitro, acryllic, etc) but it says "clear".... the only way i could test on spot was get the three cans:polycryllic, polyurethane and the lacquer and spray on a white paper, polyurethane failed the test as soon as it hit the paper and turned it ugly yellow, polycryllic turned it white (but i've already tested it and i know it dries clear) BUT the lacquer WAS AS CLEAR AS WATER! i don't wanna put my hopes up, finish a white guitar with it and end up sanding it (which is what i did when i used polyu) so before i do something stupid, anyone tried it? what are the pros and cons? and what exactly is it? thanks a load you guys Sami Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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