Dewaxed White Shellac is used the same way as you would use any of the other varieties of shellac. The major difference between this shellac and the others is that it is a bit harder, shines a bit brighter, is completely free from wax and will not change the natural, wet colour of wood. Because it has been bleached it has a particular characteristic that helps set it apart from most of the others. This polish will not darken the colour of the timber it is applied to any more than putting water on to the timber would. This makes it ideal for use on white-woods where discolouring of the timber is not wanted. It is also brilliant on most other timber colours as it will not hide or darken the grain in the slightest way, but instead will enhance the timbers natural beauty.