So I am in the final phase of curing my newly built guitar body. Having painstakingly sanded and lacquered I now have a near perfect finish. I take the guitar outside on the patio to use sunlight to look for any pin holes or irregularities and set it down on the table. A few distractions later and I find myself back at work when the horrific thought hits me - I LEFT THE BODY ON THE PATIO TABLE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT - NOOOOOOOOOO! Too late. I arrived home to my body looking like a volcano flow long after it has cooled. Now I have sanded out the bubbles and will need to fil and refinish. For those who know - shame on me. For those who do not know - do not leave your newly lacquered baby in direct sunlight as it causes the body to heat up and gas off too quikcly. This creates bubbles and general ugliness.