Tending a lacquer is a delicate work, often appreciated on woodwork and furniture. One imperative: working in an atmosphere without any dust.
Untie the door and place it on trestles.
Sand the surface thoroughly and remove any loose paint chips.
Apply a coating with a knife to fill the holes. The moldings can be done simply with the finger.
Let dry and sand again.
Apply an undercoat. It guarantees the good performance of the lacquer and can be tinted according to the finish color to obtain a better result.
Apply a first coat of lacquer with a lacquer mini-roller and a brush for the moldings, then allow to dry for at least 24 hours.
Sand the surface with a sheet of fine sandpaper.
Then dust off carefully using a slightly dampened cloth.
Apply a second coat of lacquer without overloading the mini-roller.
Then use a dry spalter to perfectly draw the lacquer and stretch it well.