Yes, a clear coat of lacquer can be used to refinish a Louisville Slugger bat. Once applied, you should let the bat sit for at least a few hours. This will allow the elements of the lacquer to effectively soak in, which will preserve the bat and give it a fine coat and finish. You can also use pine tar, however, this is only a temporary solution in keeping the bat smooth.
Press the clear button on the bottom it will clear immediately if it does not hit with wooden louisville slugger baseball bat and that should do the trick.
yes, mixture of 1/2 clear lacquer and 1/2 lacquer thinner. You can also use polyurethene spray
A lacquer-based clearcoat. Enamel is never used for auto paint.
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yes I've tried it before.
i used clear ttop coat NYC nail polish XD
It is a genuine leather coated with a clear lacquer to give it a shiny finish
I would use a high quality Lacquer, with high solids, (high gloss, water clear) I use Hood Lacquer.
lacquer (which is sometimes called varnish)
Not really, no. Many horns are coated with a clear lacquer over polished brass, and an abrasive silver polish will wear off the lacquer.
in theory yes however if you put a new layer on lacquer it may not be clear as in see through, so you better just try on scrap.. good luck.
yes just sand it and cover it with clear coat