Lacquered Wood

Thinking of adding that extra shine to your project? It’s down to the finishing touches that complete your product. it’s not required in all cases but if you’re looking for a smooth clean look, this is an option you can take. in the case of wood, This is normally the process…..

  1. Sand the bare wood as needed to smooth it and remove the old finish. …
  2. Fill the grain with an oil-or water-based wood grain filler. …
  3. Spray one coat of lacquer. …
  4. Apply one more coat of varnish. …
  5. Allow the varnish or lacquer to dry for one day, then level-sand with 400-grit sandpaper to remove bumps and imperfections.

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