Has anyone tried tinting polyurethane to duplicate the ambering characteristics of orange shellac? If so, what were the results? I ask because the original trim in my house is finished with shellac. I'll be redoing much of it and I like the stain color with the shellac, but I have much more experience using poly. I could use shellac inside, but I have some stained exterior doors that I would like to look the same on the outside as the inside. I talked to someone at a local SW and she had never tried to match poly to shellac. I didn't know if it was possible to get a look similar to shellac and didn't want to spend the money on a wasted material if someone here knows. Thanks.