Same results is a grey area. A lacquer paint job that is applied correctly and prepped correctly will probably look better than a urethane product. The upkeep will be greater. And more fragile. But is repairs easier. Finding the quality thinners (not the crap you use for cleanup) can be hard to locate. The average paint store will not have lacquer binders. So that leaves us with enamel. Straight enamel without a catalyst chips easy and just lacks depth in my opinion. Exposure time to the bad stuff is as big as safety The hobbyist doing occasional work using good safety is not the same as a guy that paints every day. The bad stuff is not just paints and primers. Every body filler, liquid, fuel, oil, cleaner, sanding dust, grinding dust, exhaust, fume ........needs to be considered. If ya wash your hands with brake cleaner everyday, spraying some paint a couple times a year is no problem. Add that to tobacco, excessive alcohol and all the chemicals in the garbage we eat and all the signals and waves we bombard our bodies with.