Dewaxed shellac is a universal sealer; it sticks to just about anything and just about anything sticks to it. If shellac is the final topcoat, is there anything wrong with using non-dewaxed shellac for the seal coat and all subsequent coats?
I've read that dewaxed shellac is more water resistant than non; are there any other advantages to using dewaxed (besides the adhesion advantages)? Clarity? Ease of rubbing out? Anything?