Re: [CR]Lacquer for Bikes


Example: Component Manufacturers

From: "Steve Neago" <questor@cinci.rr.com>
To: "David Goerndt" <davidg@iag.net>, <LouDeeter@aol.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <fb.3a6871d8.2b9fefa5@aol.com> <002101c2e868$7d0c5c00$57b21b18@cinci.rr.com> <002701c2e8e4$f6727940$7ce6fea9@LEONARDO>
Subject: Re: [CR]Lacquer for Bikes
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 17:32:12 -0500


Hi David,

I thought it was the other way around, but I could be wrong... I recall that lacquer was not as durable as enamel and was not a good choice for a base or clear coat coat.. Maybe enamel reducers came into play in the late 70's early 80s which is out of the time frame I refer to in the late 60s to mid 70s...

Can anyone add to this discussion and correct me if David or I are wrong ?

Regards, Steve Neago
Cincinnati, OH


----- Original Message -----
From: "David Goerndt"
To: "Steve Neago" ; ;


<classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 5:15 PM Subject: Re: [CR]Lacquer for Bikes


> : [CR]Lacquer for Bikes
>
>
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> I believe the general rule at that time
> > was
> > that you could apply lacquer over enamel but not enamel over lacquer.
> This
> > "rule of thumb" has changed over time as the paint materials have been
> > modified by the manufacturers.
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>
>
> I always thought it was the other way. Lacquer/Acrylic Lacquer will cause
> enamel to "alligator".
> enamel over lacquer was ok, because enamel reducers didn't affect lacquer.
>
> David Goerndt
> Orlando, FL