Posted January 26, 2014
As a hobbyist luthier, I use this on every guitar I have built, about 11 total. I works to remove moisture from Nitro Cellulose Lacquer that occurs when spraying in a humid place like Florida. I use a mist between every coat. It doesn't take much, just a mist. I have found a blush around the top of a headstock 2 weeks after finishing. I sprayed a small amount on the area and it disappeared within a few seconds. I does exactly what it says it will do. This works on Nitro Cellulose Lacquer. I do not think it works on the newer polyurethane epoxy finishes after they have dried. 5 stars all the way.
I sprayed 3 coats of this...
Posted February 20, 2009
I sprayed 3 coats of this stuff on my SG2000 Yamaha Guitar with no affect whatsoever. Is there a special process. I followed all directions on the can. The white milky shade under the lacquer still remains. What happened?