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Posted on Fixing Flaws in a Shellac Finish

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#1 posted 10-19-2019 01:09 PM

You would need to remove most of the shellac. Wiping it off with dna can do it without removing the stain depending on the stain solvent. As mentioned some claim it doesnt matter and Ive never tested waxed shellac under oil or wb poly. IMO you dont need to fully strip, just get 90-95% off, others may have a different opinion.


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