#1
I know this is a pretty retarded question and the awnsers obvious but i thought i'd ask anyways XD

Cheers, zakk.
#2
its very bad, the paint will peel off. You can put a key in the laquer, by getting fine grit sand paper, or the scouring side of a sponge, and rubbing the laquer so you get fine scratches on it. That will give the paint something to hang onto.
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#3
spray paint has a lot of chemicals/solvents that will eat away at the lacquer. i don't know how bad it will eat through, but id say it's not a great idea
#4
it's not a bad idea the only problem is that the new paint will have trouble sticking and would be liable to peel off.
#5
i mean the earth won't explode or anything but it won't last.

... the paint job that is.
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#6
Cheers guys, so if i got a scouring pad or some fine grit sand paper or something could i then go over it?
#7
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Cheers guys, so if i got a scouring pad or some fine grit sand paper or something could i then go over it?


Yes
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#8
essentially. rough it up and paint.
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