Drawer sides and backs are 1/2 hard maple. Drawer fronts are 3/4 hard maple. Drawer bottoms are 1/4 birch ply.
Drawers are to be assembled using half blind dovetails front and back and epoxy. (Explanation later)
Drawer fronts have BLO & wax.
All drawer outside surfaces sealed with 2 coats of 2# shellac.
All drawer inside surfaces sealed with 3 coats of 2# shellac.
Each coat is lightly sanded with 320 grit.
Since the drawers are not assembled yet, it is straight forward flat surface sanding.
Since the tails and pins of the dovetails have some shellac on them as a result of my sloppy application of shellac, Titebond II can't be used for ass'y, thus the epoxy which will seal around the shellac coated pins and tails and cure.
Now the question.
IF you want to build drawers with the interior surfaces sealed and sanded smooth as a baby's rear end, what would you do differently from the above?