Interior painting. Wanting to Lacquer. Opinions?
I'm an "Old school bodyman/painter". I know newer products and use them, but for my shop setup, Lacquer is the best option for me for a multitude of reasons.
So,,, I'm REALLY thinking I'd like a big chunk of the inside walls to be finished like my vehicles, shiny white (Automotive paint). I have the white lacquer in stock and slow thinner in stock to boot.
I bought an aluminum primer yesterday for a few bare spots I'm not liking. I contacted a major supplier of Zolatone who got back to me saying "they believe going directly over after sanding smooth with 320 on a DA should hold the new finish on". I'd still use a light coat of bonding sealer (Probably just the Aluminum primer).
A couple years ago I painted a cap for my truck with this white lacquer, and it held up PERFECTLY! No fading, chipping, flaking or anything close to having a problem.
Anyone try this? Any thoughts? I should be ready to paint the inside next week-ish.
Any advice would be appreciated.