“BLACK Shellac” •• Yes! Black
Black waxy shellac is obtained from the by-products of seedlac, waxy shellac production and rosin. The color is all natural from the raw materials. No additional pigment is added.
• The first coat on Light toned woods has a Cordovan
(Blue Red) Mahogany tone.
•• A second coat is Deeper and Dark Cordovan toned Black.
••• The third coat yields the BLACK!
with a shadowed hint of DEEP Blackish-Purple.
Note: To obtain a Deep Rich Black on blond or light toned woods,
use a Black DYE on the bare wood to obtain optimum richness and depth of tone.
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