I finally sucked it up and got a bag of ye olde shellacke flakese to try my
hand with the real deal, instead of the canned juice I had been using.
I did alright with the canned, but it didn't seem to cure quite right, and I
fear it had gotten too close to going over. Flakes/buttons/etc. are the
universally recommended way for Real Bona Fide Wood Dorkers to applicatify
their shellacke, so I threw some onto my last LV order. (Which I
ostensibly did for the gardening items for SWMBO, see... $25 for her, $675
for me, that's a fair trade, right?) (Yeah, I *wish*
I had spent $675.)
So... I have one De Luxe bagge ofe ye olde orange-e shellacke flakese to
play with here. I figger I don't wanna mix it all up at once, and I
probably want to store the flakes some place special until I'm ready to
grab another two scoops of orange fluffy goodness from ye olde bagge.
What should I store this stuff in? Hot, cold, wet, dry? Fridge? Freezer?
Outside? Inside? Crawlspace? Attic? Tupperware? What?
(Yeah, I could go find a book or sumpin, but asking annoying questions in an
irritating dialecte is more funne. :)
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
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