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PERAZZI GLOSS LACQUER FINISH

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by philip austin, Jan 25, 2008.

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  1. philip austin

    philip austin TS Member

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    Hello and good morning to you all. Has anyone tried to blend-in a small chip mark in the gloss lacquer finish of a Perazzi stock, what make of lacquer gives the best results. Kind regards Philip.
     
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    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    lacquer finish on a Perazzi: I'm surprised Perazzi still use lacquer. However if they do, PPG makes the best Lacquer (from hot to cold), Other than that try Deft. That is the common Lacquer used by manfacturers on wood products. There are many others.
     
  3. philip austin

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    I am probably wrong, maybe the gloss finish isn't a lacquer finish at all, is the finish a gloss varnish ?.
     
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    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    It's polyurathane guys.
     
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    Jerry944t Well-Known Member

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    I also use Chem-Pak products with great results. Available at Brownell's.
     
  6. whiz white

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    When I was involved with the company that produced all of Weatherby's wood stocks, we used Permalyn from Brownells.

    We bought it by the boat load.

    We'd mix walnut dust with it and hand rub it in on the initial coats, sand down, then finish with pure Permalyn and buff out to their beautiful gloss shine.

    We built all of their wood stocks for about 10 years until we decided we could not finance them any longer.

    Here's Brownell's ad for it:

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    Whiz
     
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