A few months ago, Polygon published an article that focused on the importance of a great lacquer.
The article focused on how to choose a good lacquer and its ingredients.
A few weeks later, Polygons co-founder Chris Kohler announced the release of a brand new edition of Polygon’s Lacquer guide.
In that new edition, the first half of the guide focuses on the chemistry behind the lacquer you buy, along with some of the key attributes of each of the three types of lacquer: mica, wax, and a base.
The second half of that section is devoted to how to make a good quality lacquer, and how to select the right colors.
In between are some of Polygon’s best selling lacquers and a glossary of lacqueras’ more common names.
Polygons Lacquer Guide contains a number of interesting features.
First and foremost, it includes a glossaries of the most common names used for lacquering, which you can find in the glossary below.
You’ll find a gloss on the various lacquer materials, such as mica and wax, along the side.
The glossaries also includes a section on how mica is extracted from a lacquer surface, which is helpful for those looking to buy an expensive lacquer in the future.
In addition to the glossaries, Polyglot has also included a gloss of the four main types of polymers used in lacquing, which includes information on their properties, uses, and their relative strengths.
The book also has a section dedicated to choosing the right color for your work, and includes a list of recommended lacquer colors.
Finally, Polytron has included an article about how to use a color wheel, which will hopefully help you make better decisions about your color choices.
It’s also worth noting that the gloss of Polyglots Lacquer is one of the first to feature a glossing guide, and we hope that it will become a more common feature in the coming years.
It will be a great resource for anyone who’s considering purchasing a new lacquer or who’s looking to learn more about the different types of Lacquer available today.