USE OUR TESTER TO CHECK:
- Is your lacquer original?
- How many layers of lacquer.
- Which elements were replaced or lacquered.
- Which elements were “dressed”, straightened and then filled.
- The thickness of the trowel.
- Are they telling you the truth.
WHAT DO THE PARTICULAR COLOURS MEAN:
Blue – layer thickness up to 70 um – thin lacquer layer. (the lacquer is laid without a ground coat, polished.)
Green – layer thickness up to 100 – 200 um – for original lacquers.
Yellow – layer thickness up to 200 – 300 um – after lacquer repairs (second lacquer)
Red – layer thickness up to 300 – 520 um – surfaces after tinsmith repairs (a trowel+2 lacquers)
Black – layer thickness up to 520 – 750 um – surfaces after filling and lacquering. (trowel amount around 0,5 mm)