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09-01-2007 06:22 AM
roger1 Isn't 2 pac a rapper here in the US?

Seriously, I don't know what 2 pac is. But the answer to the question should be in the Product Information Sheet (PIS) for that product.

In today's refinish world, lacquer is a bad thing and the best thing to do is strip and refinish using all 2K products. IE, epoxy primer followed by a 2K urethane primer. Then topcoat with an acrylic urethane base/clear system.
09-01-2007 02:43 AM
2 Pac over Acrylic

Hi Guys,
New to the forum but have jumped into posting a new thread. You see I want to know if you can use 2 pac clear over acrylic lacquer. Im not sure if this is advisable. If so what are the procedures in doing so? I look forward to any help. Great site with lots of info. Did a search by the way but nothing came up to answer my question. Thanks peoples...

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