Wow @007 Dave. You called it with the white lacquer. How could you tell?
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Thank you Angie. I'm really not that smart. I've just seen it a few times. White lacquer is thinner than a paint would be and most of the time more brittle than paint once it start peeling. The edge of the door looks brittle to me.
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It's rare to run into M L Campbell outside of OEM shops. Throw the product to the side and everyone is on the right track: sand, prime, and refinish. My preference would be for an oil prime to penetrate & topcoat with a premium trim paint. If you need to recaulk any areas, do not skimp. Nothing worse than a premium paint being wasted by a crappy $1 per tube of 850A caulk from S-W. Spend over $2 and find one that will last.