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Lacquer paint

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Has anyone used Lacquer for furniture in a dollhouse, I think I would like the look but am not sure it would be just too shiny.  It is for the piano I am starting.  I am thinking about black lacquer.  I just don't like most of the other paints I have seen on a black piano, they seem to show paint brush strokes. 

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I refinished a $Tree piano for a child's toy piano and restained it mahogany, then hit it with three coats of lacquer, sanding each coat when it dried, first dry sanding and then wet sanding it.  It was gorgeous.

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That sounds like it came out good!  I ended up getting a spray can of black lacquer on one of those ad on offers on Amazon.  I really like the idea of a black piano even though other furniture may not be black.

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I think a grand piano, even a baby grand, overwhelms most rooms; especially if it's a lighter color; and black is the commonest color I've noticed in music stores.

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