#1
Ok, some I'm sure theres plenty of threads about painting on wood, but what about if I want to paint stuff (just random pictures or whatever) on a Strat scratchplate? Could I paint on it with acrylics and then spray a layer of clear lacquer over it? Or not?
#2
get an airbrush gun.
acrylics look horrible unless its on paper.
try some other types of paint, just dont do acrylics.

And you shouldn't put lacquer over plastic.
clear coat
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#4
Quote by bluewilliams
Ok, some I'm sure theres plenty of threads about painting on wood, but what about if I want to paint stuff (just random pictures or whatever) on a Strat scratchplate? Could I paint on it with acrylics and then spray a layer of clear lacquer over it? Or not?

Use Paint for Plastic ... Krylon, RustOLeum, and lots of other brands have this.

#5
I just painted mine with 2 layers of primer, and a rustoleum plastic bonding paint, It worked really good.
#6
I used matte black Tremclad on my pickguard, and it hasn't been scratched off from me hitting it with my pick while playing. It's been scratched by other things (mainly tools), but that was just from me being neglectful.
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