As the name suggests, this is a lacquer for metals such as
brass. The lacquer contains an anti-tarnish additive to keep
metals bright, clean and looking new longer.
Make sure the parts to be sprayed are clean.
Shake the can vigorously for at least one minute after the
mixing ball rattles to ensure that the lacquer is mixed properly
and to prevent clogging.
To avoid overspray, if the part to be sprayed is attached to a
piece of furniture such as brass drawer handles or hinges, remove
the part before spraying.
To spray, point the opening of the spray button toward the
object, holding the can 12 to 14 inches away from surface.
Then press the spray button firmly. Use steady even strokes
while spraying. Several thin coats will result in a better
finish than one heavy coat.
Allow the coating to become tacky between coats.
Generally 3 light coats are plenty for coating a metal part.
When the can is empty, discard the can in a trash pick-up.
DO NOT place it in a home compactor and do not burn it.