2. A quart can of shellac will cover approximately 9 square feet of linoleum floor, and will also goober up any electrical cords, mobile base wheels, work bench legs, and clamps it comes into contact with.
3. If the shellac sits a day or two on a linoleum floor, a lot of it will dry, but the rest will remain liquid so one can soak it up with paper towels.
4. It takes approximately 1/2 gallon of denatured alcohol and a whole roll of those blue paper towels from Home Depot to soak up a quart of shellac.
5. Once the shellac is soaked up and the floor rubbed down with alcohol, a linoleum floor will still be sticky. As will the soles of expensive cross-training shoes.
6. A quart of shellac on the floor and 1/3 gallon of denatured alcohol will stink up a small shop pretty good.
7. If you happen to spill a quart of shellac on the shop floor, make sure to keep your shop dog out of the shop unitl the mess is cleaned up.
8. Most dogs don't like having their feet soaked in denatured alcohol. Some resist vigorously.
9. SWMBO will deny placing said can of shellac in metastable position, and will try to blame HWWW (he who works wood).
10. It takes a long time to get a quart of shellac off a linoleum floor, and it's not a particularly fun activity.