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Zinsser 1-qt. Clear Shellac Traditional Finish and Sealer (Case of 4)
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1-qt. Clear Shellac Traditional Finish and Sealer (Case of 4)

$55.12 /case

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Zinsser 1 qt. Clear Shellac Traditional Finish and Sealer (Case of 4) brings out the natural beauty of wood grain like no other finish can. This finish beautifies wood with a lustrous glow that won’t darken or yellow with age. Traditional finish and sealer.

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  • Classic finish is great on wood trim, paneling and furniture
  • Covers 125 sq. ft.
  • Mid-gloss finish
  • Dried film is non-toxic and hypoallergenic
  • All-natural and nontoxic formula is suitable for use as a clear protective sealer for crafts and household projects
  • Dries to touch in 30 minutes
  • Easy clean up with alcohol or ammonia and water
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Can I used this on previously stained/finished wood trim? If so, do I need to sand it first? Can it be used as a final topcoat? Thanks!

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Mostly used on interior raw wood. If it has been stained previously, careful sanding is required.
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I'd sand to 220. One of the beautiful things about shellac is that it can basically adhere to anything, and anything can adhere to it. It makes a great topcoat, but if your piece will see a lot of abuse, you can put polyurethane over the top.
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I think it depends on the previous finish. I had a medicine cabinet that needed refinishing. I am GUESSING that it had a polyurethane varnish on it. (Most factory-finished cabinets do.) I lightly roughed up the finish with 0000 steel wool (other grades of steel wool or sandpaper would work, too), then I recoated it with this shellac. Looks like new!
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March 4, 2016
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Yes, Zinsser Shellac Traditional finish and Sealer is ideal for application to previously finished wood trim and as the topcoat. For best results and adhesion, we recommend sanding first with an 180 or 220 grit sandpaper.
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Does the clear contain wax.jacke

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July 21, 2016
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Yes, Zinsser Bullseye Shellac does contain wax. If you’re looking for a dewaxed shellac, we suggest taking a look at Zinsser Bullseye SealCoat which is 100% wax free shellac. We hope this helps!
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I'm quite certain there is no wax in shellac. The two ingredients are raw seed lac and ethyl alcohol. Most brand name manufacturers will remove side products (like wax).
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does this cover pet odors like the shellac based primer?

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Yes! Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls-Eye Shellac will seal in odors. Two full coats of Bulls-Eye Shellac will seal odors on bare or previously coated drywall, plaster, masonry, and woodwork and furniture.
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I'm looking for a redwood stain for a deck... how much do it cost for a 5 gal bucket

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January 7, 2016
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It sounds to us like Wolman F&P Finish and Preservative in a redwood finish is just what you are looking for. This deep-penetrating, tinted oil brings out wood’s natural grain while also providing long-term water, UV, and mold/mildew protection. The cost for a 5-gallon bucket is $129.97. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Wolman-5-gal-F-P-Redwood-Exterior-Wood-Stain-Finish-and-Preservative-14405/204642356
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Did exactly what I wanted I needed something to seal a beframe and it worked well. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love This Stuff I have used polyurethane varnish for many years on most projects. I recently remodeled a bathroom and wanted to try something different. The scoop on shellac has it as more water-resistant than polyurethane, so I decided to give it a try. This stuff goes on easily, and it has less of a tendency to drip than polyurethane. I presume that;s because it dries faster, which means you have to work a little faster -- not much faster, but noticeably so. The nice thing about it is that, if there's an imperfection in your work, a little wipe-down with denatured alcohol smooths it out and you simply recoat it. Easy. Of course, alcohol will work it's "magic" on shellac whether you want it to or not, so it's probably not a good finish for a cocktail table or bar. Again, if accidents happen, spot repairs can be done with shellac much more easily than with varnish. One more thing I like: two coats will give a nice, glossy finish. After mine cured, a quick, VERY light once-over with some 0000 steel wool brought the gloss down to match woodwork in adjoining rooms. Very happy with the result. BONUS: Natural, non-toxic when dried. June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best finishing product for doors an cabinetry in home use I find that applying shellac in very light applications makes the wood come to life it gives it a beautiful sheen and it dries extremely fast. I use a soft cloth and it becomes a child's play.(USE disposable gloves i.e. latex) then when it is well dry use a very fine steel wool to lightly smooth the few asperities. I usually apply twice and it does the job. I find Shellac a better product because 1) the vapors are very minimal as compared with other products. I do not know if it would be good for floors, bu for finishing vertical doors and inside of cabinetry it is F A N T A S T I C August 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product Worked as described. Easy application. Project looked great. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1-QT. CLEAR SHELLAC TRADITIONAL FINISH AND SEALER Lot easier to appply than polyurethane and plycrylic. Veery forgiving using wipe on than brushing. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Your standard shellac Shellac is amazing stuff. An all-natural finish that can provide anything from a high gloss to a matte finish, depending on how you rub it out. The classic choice for hundreds of years of fine furniture and instrument making. Zinsser is the only brand you can get off the shelf nowadays. Otherwise, you have to order from specialty houses online, and make your own cut from lac flakes and denatured alcohol. Zinsser is perfectly good, with this clear shellac only adding a slight yellowing to your finished product. Work quickly, apply several coats, and rub out, and you can obtain a lovely finish to last several lifetimes (as long as it stays indoors and you don't spill your booze on it). July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moving to natural finishes I'm trying to move toward natural material for my projects. I was impressed with the Shellac, I likely needed to cut the product to help minimize the brush strokes on the project. I used 2 coats and then finished it was paste wax. I was surprised at how well the finish came out. The product was dry within 1 hour of applying and made quick work of the job. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Clear shellac Instructions are easy to follow and the finish was nice and deep. I used four coats because it was a musical instrument. June 29, 2016
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