Just a thought, how about adding some retarder to your thinners, and then add that to your Lacquer and mix them up? Be sure, that you keep the mixture well mixed during your spraying. Good Luck"
There are different types of Polyurethanes, look at the lable and see if it mention the name of the reducer or thiinners. It might be toulanol or toulene, it could be mineral spirits or paint thinners, it also might also be acetone or lacquer…"
"My advise is first hire a touch up repairman to do the work. Unless you want to really learn how to repairs and damages and it takes plenty of practice to do good repairs on fine furniture. I know what I speak of as I was a salesman for over 30…"
Hi Marc could be an option just moved are shop newer place. Do not know if we will put spray both back yet. Can you ref and good sprayer local to me. Also info on color spec if we do install again. Thank you.