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wow, 80%. That's really high. You want something more like 35-45%. Espically with the cans since you can't add anything to the lacquer. If you spray and it's too humid, you'll get "blush" on the finish which looks like a haze..it's caused by traping moisture between the surface and the finish. You may want to have some "Blush Eraser" available. You can buy that in a can. But idealy you want to get the humidity down. Buy a cheap measuring device and find a time of day that the humidity is low...often at night. Shoot then but TEST ON A SCRAP FIRST!!! You won't want to sand the finish back and start over again...good luck!

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