FLC128

Cardinal Luthierlac spray lacquer, 1 gallon/128 oz

$89.98

Cardinal Luthierlac Spray Lacquer is a solvent borne gloss nitrocellulose lacquer designed specifically for musical instruments. It exhibits a high degree of toughness, ease of application, fast drying, resistance to cold checking, and buffing properties that result in a beautiful, clear glossy finish. Unlike other musical instrument lacquers, Cardinal’s Luthierlac sinks back quickly and can be buffed after only 7 days. The lacquer is pre-reduced 10%, so it is ready to spray. It can be further reduced to your liking from 10-20% with the Cardinal lacquer thinner.

Archtop builder Tom Ribbecke is a happy convert to Cardinal lacquer, saying that compared to the 'old standby' it "creates a thinner final coat, burns in better and buffs well". He only uses 5-10% thinner in his application.

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Cardinal is a family owned company based in Los Angeles, CA since 1952. For 60 years Cardinal has manufactured coatings of various chemistries, including nitrocellulose lacquers. Over the last few years they have worked closely with a select group of luthiers, studying the art of guitar finishing.

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Shipping Restrictions - Location
USA 48 Contiguous States Only
Brand
Cardinal
Finish Type
Lacquer - Solvent Based & Accessories

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Cardinal Luthierlac spray lacquer, 1 gallon/128 oz

Cardinal Luthierlac Spray Lacquer is a solvent borne gloss nitrocellulose lacquer designed specifically for musical instruments. It exhibits a high degree of toughness, ease of application, fast drying, resistance to cold checking, and buffing properties that result in a beautiful, clear glossy finish. Unlike other musical instrument lacquers, Cardinal’s Luthierlac sinks back quickly and can be buffed after only 7 days. The lacquer is pre-reduced 10%, so it is ready to spray. It can be further reduced to your liking from 10-20% with the Cardinal lacquer thinner.

Archtop builder Tom Ribbecke is a happy convert to Cardinal lacquer, saying that compared to the 'old standby' it "creates a thinner final coat, burns in better and buffs well". He only uses 5-10% thinner in his application.

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