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#1 posted 02-09-2018 02:24 PM

My experience is with spraying.
I can see brushing turning it into a mess, but again, no experience there.
The stain is not going to soak into the sealer, it s going to sit on top of it.

If you can apply the stain and get it looking like you want, you need to spray some shellac over it without brushing it into a muck, then you can finish over the shellac without any trouble.

Maybe someone will offer better advice,
Good Luck

- jbay

Could I just color the shellac with some of the stain and then brush it on?

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