Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I was wondering if you can spray acrylic lacquer aerosol paint over 2K Urethane primer? I'm in the process of painting the trunk area of a 64 Ford Falcon. I've already cleaned and sanded everything down, sprayed with epoxy primer, then 2K urethane primer. The trunk on these are painted the same color as the car, which I'm painting Wimbledon White. The whole thing has been a bitch, especially due to some crap the previous owner did. Anyway, it's going to be a pain trying to paint this with a gun, because it was spraying the primer. I used a normal HVLP gun and a smaller, touch-up gun to cover all of it. It's really hard not to get into anything with the hose or cup on the gun. I found some of this color paint from Scott Drake in an aerosol can, but it's an acrylic lacquer instead of enamel. Will it paint over the 2K urethane without any issues? It would be so much easier than using a gun. It's a trunk, so it doesn't have to be slick like the exterior of the car and most of it will be covered with a mat.