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Halfords Clear Lacquer
The Halfords Clear Lacquer uses an advanced acrylic based formula to provide a tough, durable high gloss protective finish on painted surfaces.
A clear lacquer must be used on metallic and pearlescent paints to achieve the best finish and correct colour match.
Halfords Clear Lacquer Extra Info
- Must be used on metallic and pearlescent paint
- Achieves the best finish and correct colour match
- Compatible with virtually all types of automotive paint finishes
- Can be used on cellulose finishes
- All our clear lacquers contain UV inhibitors / filters as they significantly extend the life of the coating
Halfords also supply a Petrol Resistant Lacquer, specially formulated for motorcycle petrol tanks etc.Can't find your paint colour? We mix over 77,000 colours in store while you wait. As brush, aerosol or in a tin.
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Colour: Clear Size: 500ML Type: Lacquers
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.Rated 1 out of 5 by Teekyboo Not good. This product isn't suitable for anyone who is a novice. There are so many factors that come into play that the instructions do not help with or prepares you for. I had to re do my entire panel because of this poor product! this product left a terrible result. I had a patchy result. Some bits where ok, some where too much lacquer some not enough and was Matt . I had to wet sand the entire panel of laquer and colour spray because of this spray!! I personally think it's impossible to get a perfect Finnish with it. Tried twice! If you have a robotic arm that can press the spray and stay at the exact length at all times as you spray then this is perfect! Also if there's even a tiniest bit of wind don't use. As it will undo all your hard work. So if like me you don't have a garage don't buy!!! Literally any factor you can think of like the sun being allittle to hot will effect the result. Hated this product!!!! 08 August 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by Johnimint Bumper respray. High quality finsh achieved. When using remember you are going for a wet look finish. If you hold the can to far it will be matted/dry look... This is ok for first coat, but move in closer for more coats with brisk sweeps to get the desired laquered finsh. I applied 4 coats, I was going to stop at 3 because it looked so good, but I did a last 4th and then got 3 droplets spits from the lid which will now need extra attention to sanded and buffed when fully dried...annoying! All in all though it looks amazing. Im well pleased with results but im also scared to wet sand and buff because I dont want to spoil it. :-) ...just to add also, I only waited 1hr 15mins between base coat and clear and it worked out perfect. It says 24hrs on the tin! 23 June 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by Estubbins how to do it the RIGHT way Ok after reading alot of mixed reviews i said ill take a few minutes out of my day to write this and hopefully help some of you people out. Ok so after you have everything done.. sanded primed painted etc. And your about to apply this want you want to do is hold this 8-10 inches away from the item your spraying and start off with 4-5 light coats then apply few more heavier coats depending on what your spraying like plastic or metal etc. Just be careful not to over do it as you might get runs.!! Also wipe it down after each coat as this product leaves alot of dust and if you spray over the dust you might end up with a milky look. I was spraying a car bonnet so it was a big area so after applying this i ended up with alot of orange peele and it was a bit patchy looking so when i put it on the car again you could tell that it was resprayed but to get the best results and what alot of people are not doing i presume over looking at some reviews you then want to sand it down with wet 2000 grit sand paper applying light to medium pressure after this step it will look dull again and almost like it wasnt even lacqured to begin with. You then want to apply rubbing compound and buff by hand or machine and you will see a big diffrence then you want to polish it to get the ultimate shine and after that you want to apply wax to protect it.. by now you should have the best result and if you used colour match paint like i did you shouldnt even notice that it was resprayed. Its alot of work but if you want the best results follow these steps and you should have the same results as i did :) 18 June 2016Rated 3 out of 5 by Carguy2015 OK for certain things I have used this lacquer 2-3 times now. I want to be 100% fair and state I am not a professional sprayer or bodyshop worker etc. I find this lacquer to be pretty good for small pieces of trim that can be removed and sprayed on a even flat surface. I have also tried it on larger parts of my car and this is where I find it to be less effective. I tried to respray over a repair on the side of my car and it wa almost impossible to achieve a even smooth finish without the lacquer running. I may just be the way I was dfoing it but I tried numerous times and each time it seemed to want to run. Maybe this is just the way spray cans of lacquer are but I would only recommend using it on the main body of your car if you are very confident. Pretty good of removable parts though like I . 30 May 2016Rated 1 out of 5 by hook1742 can malfunctioned All was going well to start with, then the spray valve started to leak where it meets the can. This resulted in the lacquer pooling up on top of the can and dribbling everywhere, utterly ruining a paint job which I had spent a lot of time and effort on and was going well up until this final lacquering stage disaster. I'm sure the lacquer itself is fine, but the spray can is rubbish. Stay away. 25 October 2015Rated 1 out of 5 by lafleure Don't try it yourself Bought this after showing my car to Halford and they suggested I buy a clearer lacquer. . I followed all the instruction, car shines same time ,next day heavy rain for at least 2 days and all went off,the worst thing I also spray it one side of my car not only the wing which was new and painted by using Halford mix paint,my wife suggested not to spray another side untill dry..well now car one side looks like hand painted ,patch every where,and if you rub a tissue all black lacquer follow you..not recommend,spoiled my shine metalic pain 30 September 2015Rated 4 out of 5 by VanillaGorilla This product leaves a great finish This product leaves a great finish but the cans have a habit of malfunctioning. 07 September 2015Rated 2 out of 5 by Soarpoint38 Perfectly good lacquer, poor spray valves Have had three can of this, lacquer itself is fine, but all three cans have leaked under the nozzle - where it pushes into the valve on the top of the can. This causes a pool of lacquer to accumulate around the top of the can which drips onto whatever you are spraying, utterly ruining the finish. I had put my wheels down flat, and was spraying down onto them, thus the drips hit the wheels. Suggest that users try to spray horizontally, so the drips just run down the can and not onto the workpiece. Another solution would be a better quality valve ! 27 May 2015
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