Dewaxed Blonde Shellac Flakes 1/2 lb, or 8 oz, Quality, Antique Restoration

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Premium Grade Dewaxed Blonde Shellac.

Our Blonde Shellac is highly refined and is the best quality on the market. We are also the price leaders. No one has been able to match our prices.

Blonde shellac is also known as Beige shellac. Blonde is a little darker than super blonde and two shades darker than Platina. Blonde is lighter than orange. It creates a nice amber color on most woods. Please note that various colors of shellac and dye can be mixed to produce millions of various shades. Samples can be made to produce any color needed for your project.

As with all finishes, it is recommended that samples be created prior to committing an entire project. This is a good habit to get into before applying any kind of die, varnish, stain, or paint. This avoids surprises as to what the final results will be.

Our Blonde shellac is also dewaxed. This provides the advantage of being fully compatible with any other kind of finishing products such as Polyurethane, Waterlox, dies etc.

Blonde or Beige is the most popular color for creating a medium amber color on most woods. Our Blonde shellac has a wonderful clarity and depth of shine and will produce one of the most natural and beautiful finishes in woodworking.

Shellac is all-natural. It is non-toxic and is a resin of insect origin that is harvested regularly and is a completely renewable resource much like silk.

Shellac flakes are dissolved by denatured ethyl alcohol. It's very easy to use and an excellent non-toxic choice for woodworkers. Shellac can be applied with a brush, pad, sprayer, or wiping cloth. It has a super fast dry time, thus saving money and aggravation.

Shellac is UV - resistant and does not yellow or darken over time.

Shellac will adhere tenaciously to virtually any surface and is much less brittle than lacquer and does not scratch as easily. Unlike toxic polyurethane, a damaged shellac finish can easily be touched up or renewed by applying another coat. A new coat of shellac melts itself into the existing coat.

Unlike other types of finish, all types of shellac can be applied in cold temperatures without concern over proper drying and curing times.

Shellac enhances the beauty of wood grain unlike any other finish. Shellac is one of the only wood finishes that really brings out the natural beauty of wood without that fake plastic look. Shellac, especially when applied using the French Polishing technique will make the wood grain pop. It brings out the rich warmth of wood grain in a way that no other finish has ever done.

Detailed mixing instruction along with hints and tips will be included with each order.


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