Dewaxed Platina Shellac enhances pale and amber woods and is used as an ingredient to replicate ancient varnishes recipes made to restore antique furniture.
Also known as Ultra Blonde Shellac, Dewaxed Platina Shellac is also used to finish curly, quilted and figured woods, such as maple, white oak, and ash. Colorless, it is mainly used as a transparent coat, and is very appreciated by luthiers, who use it on spruce.
Platina Shellac is an animal resin which must be dissolved in alcohol.
See Shellac Flakes Preparation and Application
Yellowish translucent Chips/Flakes
Store in a sealed container away from cold and light sources.
Clean tools with alcohol to remove most of the shellac. Complete cleaning with soapy water.
· Apr 10, 2017
Dissolve easily, very light color...i like it.
3 reviews in French for this product.
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