Welcome to Shellac Shack! Home of Great Finishes. Here you will find the best value for high quality shellac flakes. Satisfaction Guaranteed !
For Bulk Purchases of Dewaxed Garnet Flakes. See left column.
Our focus is on the shellac needs of woodworkers, furniture restorers, and musical instrument makers. Currently, Shellac Shack carries 8 grades of shellac . Five of these are dewaxed flakes: three are buttonlacs, which contain wax. If you have a special need, give us a call.
Here's what Paddy has to say about us:
Dear Shellac Fans,
It has been my pleasure to work with Malcolm to launch his new Shellac Shack venture. I applaud his efforts to bring an essential finishing product to you, the happy woodworker, at a reasonable cost. I have sampled his shellac products and can vouch for their high quality. Indeed he is using the same supplier, importing shellac directly from India. Malcolm went to great lengths to ensure that you are getting best shellac available at a great savings over other mail-order houses. So if you are as fussy about shellac as I am, and I'm pretty fussy, I hope you will give him your business; I know he has mine.
Remember, no matter the question, the answer is probably shellac.
Patrick Olguin - former owner of shellac.net and original purveyor of the famed Paddylac(TM).
And Steve Miller:
I want to thank you for the assortment of shellac flakes I obtained from you recently. I found them to be of very high quality, clearly labeled and conveniently packaged. So far, I’ve used the dewaxed orange and beige flakes in the restoration of a badly crazed finish on an Empire display cabinet, as an excellent sealer to overcome extreme silicone oil contamination encountered while refinishing a mahogany grand piano, and as a sealer to impart the look of an aged patina on an early 20th Century oak table that received traditional lacquer topcoats. I’m looking forward to using the dewaxed garnet and super blond shellac on upcoming projects.
Steve Miller, Miller’s Furniture Restoration, Coos Bay, Or.
To purchase shellac flakes, click page on top left column.