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Old 01-13-2012, 07:48 PM   #1
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Varathane on top of Lacquer


I had a kitchen table given to me. It has a lacquer finish... Pain in the but because u put a glass on it and it stains. I want to put varathane on it for protection from stains and generally i want to be able to put a beer on it without an issue. Should i lightly sand it and varathane it? Or would there be a better solution?

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I've seen polly lift lacquer like a paint remover---Do a test---

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Strip it and put three coats of poly on it.
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Lacquer strips with lacquer thinner. Unlike polyurethane, lacquer can be "reactivated" when it comes into contact with the proper solvent.
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yup, you'll have to use stripper first then give it a light sand before you recoat it. you have to make sure you get rid of all the old lacquer to ensure there is no uneven color and proper curing
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