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Old 02-16-2018, 07:48 AM   #1
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Hello guys. I did notice some spots on laqur finished surface of wooden furniture (soild sepele wood) after 3 month from polishing it. the usual process we followed was sanding, sealer and laqur oil based berger products. These marks are not of any damages or rough usage for sure. please share your experience. thanks
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Maybe the stain wasnt dry?
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Hello guys. I did notice some spots on laqur finished surface of wooden furniture (soild sepele wood) after 3 month from polishing it. the usual process we followed was sanding, sealer and laqur oil based berger products. These marks are not of any damages or rough usage for sure. please share your experience. thanks
This is a great question for @NACE It looks to me like the lacquer was applied way too thick.

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would seem the lacquer filmed over impurities or was thinned to heavy or additional coats were put on at the wrong time where a final coats did not activate the previous properly.
There are lots of different lacquers systems so it is hard to say but I have had white buildups of white that was not melted that I thought the surface had not let the inside cure right for whatever reason and another coat melted it but for deep pockets I soak the spots in lacquer until it clears but this looks like the surface failed in spots.
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Could be too much humidity in the air, when and if you sprayed this!
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So this was polished with something after 3 months of the lacquer being applied? Or it happened after 3 months with no polishing? Did anyone use nail polish remover at any time?
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The patterns of the cracking looks like there may have been particles in the finish. When you polished the lacquer it could have loosened these resulting in what is pictured. Hard to judge by a picture
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I know anytime I use lacquer I find myself inwardly crossing my fingers. Where I live, we deal with humidity all the time.
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