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    Lacquer without shine?

    Hi,
    I'm currently in the middle of spraying all of my centre console smoke grey. I've successfully sprayed the part under the handbrake, the part around the gearstick, and the small bit above that. I'm really pleased with the end result end result *however* i feel it's a bit shiney.
    I was probably more pleased with how it looked before i put the lacquer on, but i understand that the lacquer will provide extra protection. Is there anything i can do to keep the protection the lacquer gives, and keep the looks of the bare smoke silver paint.

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    Get a piece of 1500 grit wet & dry paper & that will take the shine off it for ya & shuld leave u with the look ur after
    Check ma bad self ,heheee ,shamone muther f**ker !!!!

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    matt laquer?

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