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mailee

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I think it depends on the wood it is used on Mike. Most modern vehicle paints are pretty flexible but will break down if 'stretched' too much. i have in the past used car paint on MDF and clear lacquer on Beech with success. I have an MDF cabinet I sprayed in car paint about three years ago and it is still looking fine, having said that there is not much movement on MDF. HTH. :wink:
 

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I'm with Alan on this - MDF would spray fine, as would timber that doesn't expand\shrink much.

Personally I'd stay away from it, unless you've got the proper breathing\filtering\booth equipment - Isocynate paint\lacquer has significant downsides.

My 2p worth

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