For a long time I had been using Lawrence McFadden / Seagrave lacquer but had read good reviews of Cardinal Luthierlac, so I thought I'd give it a try. I am also spraying my first sunburst using aniline dyes. I did many tests, fading them to get the colors correct. I am using Lockwood dyes and for the tests I was using Stewmac rattle can lacquer for convenience. So, I sprayed a couple of clear coats of the Cardinal then the yellow toner and it looked fine. Then I sprayed a coat of the Cardinal lacquer over the yellow and it turned this amber orange!?! In this picture I've started to wipe it off but you can see that the yellow underneath looks somewhat correct. I sat one of my yellow tests on top. It was really interesting, as I sprayed the lacquer over the the yellow, It looked fine but as it started to dry, it turned orange. I contacted LMI, who I bought it from but they hadn't heard of any issues and didn't have any ideas as to what happened. I thought that maybe I had sprayed too much yellow, so I did another test with less yellow and it also turned orange. So, I've ordered some Mohawk String Instrument Lacquer to try next.