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I have, hopefully, a straightforward question to those of you who finish instrument bodies. I have a few bottles of Createx Auto-Air water-based paints that I'd bought several years ago with a view to spraying guitar bodies. Without the need for full-on nitrocellulose-proof gear. I figured water based would be easier..... However, whilst I am happy to give the spraying a go (from iridiescent/flip-flop colours to flourescents using a touch-up gun), I am unsure what would be the best topcoat to use.
Obviously, the key is to try things out first on a little scrap - so far some clear nitro from Steve Robinson over a couple layers acrylic (I think it is) iridescent blue. How long would you leave different finishes to sit for before accepting that they are compatibile?