It is the chemical composition and the grade of the raw stock that it is made from that determines quallity , durability and price of paint , not whether it is clear coated or not. What you used is mid '70,s technology. With a catylist and cured 90 days shouldn't fuel spot if wiped off immediately. Without catylist...probably don't want to get any on it for a year. Clear acrylic enamel is same tech paint without the pigment and is usually loaded up with UV screeners more than the color. Leak/drip proof container w/ hose and a towel and patience. Where there's a will there's a way.
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