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    Default Lacquer restoration

    From a local house sale, bought a razor which is excellent shape, but the lacquer is beginning to wear off in small spots on two corners. Do I accept this as inevitable, or is there anything I can do to prevent further wear? What do I use and how do I apply it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnPanther View Post
    From a local house sale, bought a razor which is excellent shape, but the lacquer is beginning to wear off in small spots on two corners. Do I accept this as inevitable, or is there anything I can do to prevent further wear? What do I use and how do I apply it?
    I'd use Sty-Brite lacquer, it's formulated for use on metal.
    http://www.woodworkweb.com/shop/fini...and-flitz.html
    [url]https://sites.google.com/site/bobsrazorworks/[/url] Proudly Made In The USA

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    Thanks, Bob. The search begins.

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