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Zinsser

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12 oz. Clear Shellac Spray (Case of 6)

$44.88 /case

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Zinsser 12 oz. Clear Shellac Spray (Case of 6) made from all-natural shellac, adds an elegant, classic finish on paneling, trim and other interior wood surfaces. The nontoxic, all-natural finish comes in aerosol spray form for easy application as a protective sealer for household projects and crafts.

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  • Formulated for easy spray application
  • Covers 15 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
  • Can be used as a fast-drying, deep-tint base primer for dark-colored top coats
  • Dries to the touch in about 15 minutes and can be recoated in approximately 45 minutes
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits

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Can this shellac spray be used for wood cutting boards?

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Can the brush on shellac be used for a cutting board?
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Wood cutting boards should only be oiled. Since you will be cutting food on it, you want to use an edible oil. Most folks use mineral oil or walnut oil, but keep in mind that if you know someone allergic to nuts, you should not use walnut oil.
In either case, spread a liberal amount of oil all over the board and let it soak in for a few minutes and then wipe off the excess. Allow the board to dry for a
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Wood cutting boards should only be oiled. Since you will be cutting food on it, you want to use an edible oil. Most folks use mineral oil or walnut oil, but keep in mind that if you know someone allergic to nuts, you should not use walnut oil.
In either case, spread a liberal amount of oil all over the board and let it soak in for a few minutes and then wipe off the excess. Allow the board to dry for a day or two - the board should be dry to the touch before using.
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July 19, 2016
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Good question, Ryan. We do not recommend using Zinsser Shellac Spray Paint on a cutting board. This product is not yet approved for food preparation surfaces. Instead, for a cutting board or wood surfaces in direct contact with food, use the 1-pt. Clear Butcher Block Oil. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Watco-1-pt-Clear-Butcher-Block-Oil-Case-of-4-241758/205113777
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July 14, 2016
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The Shellac spray can be used on paneling, trim and other interior wood surfaces.
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If you art going to use the cutting boards to cut food then no don't use it on them. You should use an oil on them like walnut oil or Danish oil. Do not use any type of cooking oil which that will allow bacteria to grow. If you are not going to use them for cutting then this will work fine.
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Can this be used to coat wood wine glasses and wood drinking cups

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The product overview on the Home Depot web site states -
Bring out the natural beauty of wood grain like no other finish can, with Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls Eye Shellac. This finish beautifies wood with a lustrous glow that won't darken or yellow with age. Traditional finish and sealer.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
•Classic finish is great on wood trim, paneling and
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The product overview on the Home Depot web site states -
Bring out the natural beauty of wood grain like no other finish can, with Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls Eye Shellac. This finish beautifies wood with a lustrous glow that won't darken or yellow with age. Traditional finish and sealer.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
•Classic finish is great on wood trim, paneling and furniture
•Protective sealer for crafts and household projects
•Clear finish is great as a fast-drying deep-tint base primer for dark-color topcoats
•Dried film is non-toxic and hypoallergenic
•Covers 75 sq. ft.
•Easy clean up with alcohol or ammonia and water
It's non-toxic so I would say yes you can. Read Less
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No, alcohol is the solvent. Water can cause white marks if left in contact.
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January 11, 2016
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We do not recommend using Zinsser Shellac Spray Paint for this application. It is not FDA approved for use on surfaces that will come into direct contact with food or drink. It is also not designed to be applied to surfaces that will be constantly submerged.
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Is this edible

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The Product Overview on the Home Depot web site states -
Bring out the natural beauty of wood grain like no other finish can, with Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls Eye Shellac. This finish beautifies wood with a lustrous glow that won't darken or yellow with age. Traditional finish and sealer.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
•Classic finish is great on wood trim, paneling and
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The Product Overview on the Home Depot web site states -
Bring out the natural beauty of wood grain like no other finish can, with Rust-Oleum Zinsser Bulls Eye Shellac. This finish beautifies wood with a lustrous glow that won't darken or yellow with age. Traditional finish and sealer.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
•Classic finish is great on wood trim, paneling and furniture
•Protective sealer for crafts and household projects
•Clear finish is great as a fast-drying deep-tint base primer for dark-color topcoats
•Dried film is non-toxic and hypoallergenic
•Covers 75 sq. ft.
•Easy clean up with alcohol or ammonia and water
So it is non-toxic, but as far a edible I wouldn't ingest it with food or on food. Anything that needs clean-up with alcohol or ammonia I wouldn't put on the menu. Read Less
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Some pill are coated with shellac but it is a medical grade. So I would thin the answer is no.
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December 15, 2015
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No, Jen. Zinsser Shellac Spray is not an edible product. At this time, we do not manufacture any sprays or paints that are edible.
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Can this be used to coat the outside of a wine glass, so it doesn't touch the wine but might touch someone's lips

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The product overview states that it is non-toxic. So I would use it on the outside only of the glass.
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Zinsser Shellac will adhere to glass and the fully cured product is non-toxic. However, it has not been FDA approved for contact with surfaces that will come into direct contact with food, beverage or ingestion.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Excellent product. Used this product for final finish on wood or to seal difficult to stain wood species such as pine or poplar prior to staining or painting for small projects. Spray can is convenient but is not economical for large projects (interior wood trim around doors and windows as an example). Would recommend using liquid product brushed on which is sold in one gallon containers for larger projects. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the Job Spraying shellac is a lot easier than spraying paint - no need to shake the can, there is no agitator inside. The finish comes out nice and even without the "orange peel" effect you sometimes get when using spray paint. 2 Notes: after speaking to the folks at Zinser I learned that the spray shellac is "de-waxed" so that this is the right base layer if you are going to put anything on top of the shellac. Also, the shellac on its own is a glossy finish. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by For a better finish, SHELLAC IT!!! Followed some Youtube advice and had to use this product (Silicone contamination of the surface) to enable the stain to adhere evenly to the top of a a nightstand. Sprayed two coats of shellac, sanded with 0000 steel wool in between then stained. The finish came out better than the rest of the other pieces of the bedroohm set! I wish I had known this before, I would have shellacked the entire set before staining!!! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Also great for.... In addition to is intended use, I use it on cracked or crumbling plaster before applying a little mud and tape. I also apply a quick coat or two over a ceiling stain so there will be very little bleed-though = its faster than Zinzer. August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I use this as a seal coat prior to staining pine or other woods prone to blotching. It is a dewaxed shellac. This product is actually a dewaxed shellac. It is the best thing I have found for a seal coat prior to staining pine or other woods prone to blotching. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great finish in a hurry. Needed a quick finish on a cherry stool. Shop temperature about 45 degrees. Shellac will dry at low temps. I would have brushed shellac if I had more time, it would be cheaper but more time consuming.Hit it with 0000 steel wool between coats, clean with tac rag. Paste wax top if someone will be setting a drink glass on it. January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Key to finishing my bowls. I use the Shellac from Zinsser on nearly every piece I turn on my lathe. It is an important step in the sanding and finishing process to stop tear out in the end grain sections of hard woods like this piece of Osage Orange. I also use it to close the open pores in soft woods like Holly, Pine and Aspen. December 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Shellac Spray This is the first time I used a spray shellac. Very good coverage and finish was exactly what I wwanted. Great product. July 5, 2016
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