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Old 07-11-2013, 01:33 PM
barry12345 barry12345 is offline
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Catalysed laquer is quick drying and fairly durable. Touch dry in minutes. I just am not sure how you can get it in small quantities. I buy gallon sizes.

Straight laquer was the finish rubbed out at one time I believe. gives that deep glossy appearance.

You could prep them and find a furniture restorer that may finish them for you. Let them dry out really well before refinishing them after stripping though. Some varnish products can get sticky. Any auto body shop could probably shoot them with a few coats of clear base coat as well.
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