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Old 08-10-2016, 11:42 AM   #1
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I used deft waterborne acrylic finish on several projects. Multiple coats do melt in nicely if appled within 24 hours. If the finish is several months old and scratched then new finish will not melt in. Is there anything that will remelt this type of finish?
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I used deft waterborne acrylic finish on several projects. Multiple coats do melt in nicely if appled within 24 hours. If the finish is several months old and scratched then new finish will not melt in. Is there anything that will remelt this type of finish?
Sand it to give it some profile and carry on.

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Sorry, WB and oil finishes do not melt into previous coats, only lacquer can do that. WB and oil are film finishes and each coat adds a new film layer. If you are talking about bonding to a previous coat, yes any finish should adhere fine without sanding. After cure, best to sand to create good adhesion.
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