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Old 01-07-2019, 07:08 PM
neocmetal neocmetal is offline
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Originally Posted by JonWint View Post
Was it still wet in the photos? The bare areas look gray compared to the rest. If dry, areas might have changed color due to oxidation of the wood or soap contamination.
I think I might have sanded too much of the coat. After wet sanding it, I simply wiped it down with a dry cloth. Funny thing is if I put polish on top of the spot, the coloring looks better on these pictures. The guitar is dry in those photos. It goes back to the original texture if I wipe down the polish. What type of product should I use if I wanted to match the rest of the gloss?


Description for tacoma, What finish compounds do you use on Tacoma guitars?
Tacoma gloss models, use lacquer based UV polyester applied to the thickness of about
three layers of standard paper. It is then sanded flat and buffed to a gloss. On Tacoma
satin models, they use an acid catalyzed 15% sheen conversion varnish.
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