|10-30-2010 10:11 PM|
I'd use reducer formulated specificly for acrylic enamel.
It's a mixture of toluene, naptha, acetone, and a couple
of other ingredients.
That blend you already use is probably pretty close....
|10-30-2010 05:31 PM|
Yes, enamel reducer or urethane reducer will work fine.
You can use either in enamel.
But not the other way around, don't use enamel
reducer in urethane.
|10-30-2010 02:22 PM|
Acrylic enamel reducer
What's the best reducer to use with acrylic enamel?
At work we use acetone/toluene/xylene blend but would it be best to use urethane reducer?