orange shellac

orange shellac

A refined lac (a secretion of insects), which is soluble in alcohol; contains some wax and resin; used as a coating on floors and other wood surfaces.
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The orange shellac they use to finish their mystery wood-cum-wood-filler creations is well-know throughout the AK/SKS world.
It is a laminate stock and it seems to have an orange shellac finish.
When the stains are dry, brush on lengthwise your regular finishes--polyurethane, water-based polyurethane, oil, orange shellac, etc.
Family Game Table: The designer used kahya with green milk paint and finished it with three thin coats of orange shellac and four coats of gloss nitrocellulose lacquer rubbed out with four-aught steel wool to obtain a silky matte finish.