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A synthetic lacquer derived from the oil extracted from the shell of the cashew nut. It is widely accepted as the best substitute for genuine urushi. It cures without the aid of a furo and does not cause the rashes that urushi can cause. Kashu is also the brand name of the substance. Literally: cashew lacquer

cashew lacquer
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