I need some help from our finishing experts. As shellac is alchohol based, does it make a suitable overcoat for wood that's been treated with linseed oil? Shellac is my go-to standard for almost everything interior (love the stuff; low toxicity, fast drying, easy cleanup, petroleum free, and looks great), but I have some trim that I prepped with linseed oil thinking I'd finish it with a paste wax finish (also a stunning, low luster finish) and I've, uh, changed my mind. I'd rather use a shellac finish, mostly for consistancy's sake. Turns out, I think, that buffed wax would inappropriately stand out aside the rest of the cabinetry. I have the time to make sure the oil is reasonably dry. Used a healthy dose of Jap dryer in the cut. What does the opinion say?