360w360 E.114 – Premixed or Flake Shellac

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IMG_5269In this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys talk about whether you should use pre-mixed shellac or mix your own.

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4 thoughts on “360w360 E.114 – Premixed or Flake Shellac

  1. Started with Zinser but switched to flake. At my glacial pace of production, I was noticing that even buying the smallest can of Zinser I was going past their expiration dates. Flakes, not really a problem. Brushing and padding, no spraying.

    And fun because I can put on an episode of “Breaking Bad” and get all Heisenberg with it.

    1. Rob,

      Blue Shellac?

      1. Two words : ethyl alcohol.

        One for me — one for the shellac
        Two for me — two for the shellac

        1. That sounds more Jesse Pinkman than Heisenberg.

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