I opened my garage door today to do some yard work, shouldn't be more than half an hour total, and suddenly I heard a loud "clunk"...I went back to the garage and I have a full can of shellac now laying on the floor. It was on the top shelf of my rack and I have no idea how it fell, could be a cat or squirrel when inside the garage while it was opened...don't know. All I know is when it tumbled down, it splashed on my walls, shelves, tools, tiled floor, some older furniture near by and everything on my shelves and made a huge mess and a strong odor.
It dries quick and I was not able to clean things off fast enough before it. I have been working at it for the last four hours and it's not getting anywhere. I tried water, alcohol, mineral spirits and other solvents. Not sure if any of it combined with Shellac will be poisonous, but the mess is not going away. It even stained outside of my garage where the concrete driveway was about four feet of it have spots all over. Even metal brush does not get this stuff off. I am giving up and thinking I should just go to a bar and get a few beers instead of going to Home Depot.
Any advise if there are any solvent I can use?