Lacquer finish is one of the most popular finish for wood because it easily dries and very durable. Its most commonly known kinds are nitrocellulose, acrylic and catalyzed lacquer. However, even as this type of finish is highly in-demand in the market it also has its own share of disadvantages and problems. Some common problems associated with lacquer finish include the following:
It is characterized by rough white fuzz, which appears to have been stuck in your surface finish. Either applying a lot of air pressure when spraying causes this. Alternatively, when the finish is sprayed too close, which produces a bounce-back. As much as possible, do not spray outdoors or during windy weather. You will be battling with air currents when that happens the finish may be dried before it even settles on the surface.