Originally Posted by Chris Kemp
Okay I got one!
Prior to the introduction of Lacquer paint, most of the worlds production auto manufactures used a product that consisted of: An asphaltic base dissolved in naphtha or turpentine, sometimes with other varnish ingredients, such as linseed oil. What was the name of this product, color and what was the term that was used for applying it?
Brian will probably get this one too.LOL He's on the other side of the continent but I swear I think he has hacked my computer.
It was called Japan Lacquer, the color was japan black and the process was called japanning.