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    Meztinris

    6 years ago

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    May 07,  · Common shellac recipes Dry shellac is mixed with denatured alcohol in a particular ratio called a cut, which refers to the amount of shellac in pounds dissolved in a gallon of alcohol. A 2-lb. cut of shellac is 2 lb. of shellac resin dissolved in a gallon of alcohol. A 5-lb. cut would be 5 lb. of resin dissolved in a gallon, etc.
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    Mezizahn

    6 years ago

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    Make your liquid shellac solutions using a high grade Denatured Alcohol ( proof is ideal for dissolving shellac flake) and also, Behlen Behkol Denatured Alcohol. Mix what will be used within 3 months. Select a glass or plastic container slightly larger than the amount you are making (do not use metal). The larger container will allow for the.
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    Dobar

    6 years ago

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    Sajora

    6 years ago

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    Meztikinos

    6 years ago

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    Mix in a dark plastic or glass container with a tightly fitting lid. Store in a cool and dark place if a clear container is used. Soak the flake shellac in about 1/2 of the total alcohol to be used for 24 hours or longer (cool room temperatures will slow the process; pulverize the button shellac to speed dissolving) stir occasionally and when.
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    Mole

    6 years ago

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    Colored shellac can give a real depth and warmth to wood. I especially like garnet on walnut, it brings out the richness of the wood. Another advantage of mixing your own is you can decide how diluted to make it. The mix is identified by the ratio of alcohol to shellac, called “cuts.”.
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    Daikus

    6 years ago

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    • Mix in a glass or plastic container that’s slightly larger than the liquid volume (to allow room for the flakes). Do not use a metal container. • Be aware that temperatures lower than 60° F will slow dissolving. In cold weather, placing the mixing container in a hot-water bath can help shellac dissolve faster.
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    Mizuru

    6 years ago

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    How To Mix Shellac To mix a gallon (or smaller amounts) of shellac, use the chart below. It shows the 3 most common cuts, in 4 different amounts (cup, pint, quart, gallon). Allow to dilute for a few hours, or overnight for larger quantities. To quicken the process, occasionally stir or shake. Once the mixture is liquefied, the shellac is.