I applied two coats of shellac to some cherry trim I installed on a
kitchen soffit. The face I put the shellac on is vertical and the
shellac isn't as smooth as I expected. It looks as if the shellac ran a
little, but the are no definite drips, just a little saggy in places.
Question is, how do I smooth out a shellaced surface? If I sand, the
finish (btw, it's orange shellac) will be lighter wherever I sanded.
Would a rubbing compound with Scotchbrite work? Or any other ideas from
the Oracle??? Thanks, Mark
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