by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 4, 2014)
Have you ever notice how shellac can be seen just about everywhere in the home? The reason for this is that shellac is commonly used as a wood stain and protector for all kinds of furniture and wood trimming. Since it is so commonly used, the possibility that the shellac will end up on something that it shouldn't (such as on windows) is pretty high—particularly if you really get into your work. Never fear, cleaning shellac from windows is a pretty easy thing to do, even if you really get into your work. The main reason for this is that shellac is an extremely hard substance once it dries, particularly if it dries on glass, and there are only a few ways that that you can remove it.
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