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Stick486

Lacquer As Natural As You Can Get.

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aka food grade...

I'm looking for a food grade lacquer in very small quantities... mixing ( flake and wood grain alcohol? ) up small ( 1fl oz or less ) at a time batches often is fine by me...

what will fill/meet my needs???...

It MUST be food grade...

like the stuff M&M's are coated w/....

if there is an alternate this will be fine as long as it's a food grade film finish...

thanks guys...

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thanks Herb...

ready mix is around 45$ for a bottle... and up over a hundred depending...

it will die of old age or harden up before I can use it all so I rather not throw money out ...

my 1st preference is to mix my own economically...

I will be using 30 drops a month minimum but 45 drops is more realistic......

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Do you mean shellac instead of lacquer??????

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35 minutes ago, Fred W. Hargis Jr said:

Do you mean shellac instead of lacquer??????

ummmmmmmmmmmm....

(banging head on keyboard)...

yes...

 

 

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spray I can't use.. tried it... poor control...

the glaze comes in some fairly large quantities...

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