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Old 09-27-2018, 07:47 PM   #1
damnyankee36
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A Durable Clear over Spray Paint

I ran out of Fawn lacquer paint for my interior so I am considering painting my steering column and steering wheel with Krylon Champagne spray paint. It won't be tough as the lacquer but I think it will be OK for the column.

My concern is the wheel. It should be a tough, glossy finish. The Krylon is satin. Would a urethane clear be too hot to shoot over the Krylon? I imagine Krylon is an enamel.

Any other thoughts to get a durable, glossy finish? I really don't want to spend another $110/qt for the lacquer to get the same match.
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