#1
I have a sticker on my tremolo plate that I want to keep from getting scratched up. So I sprayed five coats of crystal clear enamel on it. I now know that wasn't the way to go I wish that I had have used varnish. My question is can I spray varnish over the clear coat without it messing up? What would be the best way to do this?




Thanks
#3
Enamel ought to work fine.

If you do wanna clear coat it over the enamel, you'll need to lightly scuff the enamel with 0000 steel wool. Then shoot the clear.
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#4
Quote by Will_Minus
Enamel ought to work fine.

If you do wanna clear coat it over the enamel, you'll need to lightly scuff the enamel with 0000 steel wool. Then shoot the clear.


I thought the clear enamel would work to but. Today when I was unscrewing the top screw it caught the sticker and snap. The top of the sticker broke loose. I need something stronger and the only reason I stopped after five coats was because it stared to get foggy. How many more coats could I spray on it without it messing up?