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Posted 06 May 2014 - 10:45

Hi there,

The lacquer on the barrel of Waldmann pocket fountain pen has gone :(

 

I asked the distributor of the firm, unfortunately they have taken down the shutters in Turkey. Thereby, I decided to find my own solution.

 

I applied 3 thin acrylic paint coats on the barrel, then I will be working on polyurethan varnishes for finisihing. Yet, i am not clear wether is the best option or not..

 

Should I use waterborne paints and dense shellac finisih?

 

I need more recommendations and advices..

 

Thanks for sparing your time..


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