Ol red you just can't help yourself can you! I neither brag nor scold. For those of you who would like to learn how to paint your car lacquer is a good choice if it is allowed in your area. 1. Millions of cars were painted using lacquer for decades by the manufacturers those paints lasted for many years,you will find little evidence that they cracked, faded or failed prematurely. those cars you see with flaking white deposits on the hood,top or trunk are not lacquer-they are BC?CC! 2. If someone starts his reply with " I have 30 yrs experience" move on, if someone says "just to start an arguement" " you're dumb enough" " total bonehead" "people like you are stupid" "only an idiot"move on, you will glean little useful info from them. 3. these"old pros" are the same guys who resisted HVLP guns, urethane paints and still resist waterborne paints, now the lacquer they had embraced is "junk". 4. In fact, for beginers, lacquer is easy to use, very forgiving and most of all SAFER for you to use. 5. The old pros simply ignore isocyanates, that is iresponsible! Look up "paint fumes" by MartinSR or go to www.chevelles.com/forums/show
thread.php?f=10397 this should be required reading before you decide to paint your own car!