Mod Podge Matte Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish - 16 oz
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There are a few special Mod Podge formulas that don’t do the gluing, but they add special finishes:
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Every crafter should have some Mod Podge in their craft area. But what if you have a project in mind and wonder if the Podge will work on the chosen material? You don’t need a list of 100 Cool Mod Podge projects; you just want to know if you should use Mod Podge or something else. Just give the little scraps of fabric a good soaking then leave them to dry as flat as you can. Then snip them up. It is truly ace and made making these pegs so easy. And if you are like me and keep every snippet of beautiful material than this is the PERFECT use!
How to make Mod Podge Glue?
Let Dry: Allow the Mod Podge to dry completely before handling it further (this may take up to an hour or more depending on the amount applied). If you’re covering an entire glass surface as I did in this dollar store vase project, you don’t have to be as cognizant of where the Mod Podge is going. However, if you put a small photo on a vase (for example), you’re going to want to make sure to stay in the edges as much as possible.
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Prepare the wood surface. This can include painting with acrylic paint– but the painting is optional. When it’s cured, polymer clay is vinyl, which does not need to be sealed. However, you should seal what goes on the cured clay, and Mod Podge is one way to do so. Clay projects kids make in school are often sealed with Mod Podge after they’re cured and painted.You can use it to apply fabric to furniture, wood, and other fabric. Working with fabric can lead to fraying in normal circumstances, but the Fabric Mod Podge will prevent that.
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Make sure that you have enough Mod Podge for your project as a thin coat will not provide adequate coverage or protection. Prepare the glass surface by cleaning with mild soap and water. Dry. You can also use a multisurface paint or glass paint (optional). Mod podge has been used as a glaze over these paper covered meatballs with this pasta and meatball DIY toy.This formula is similar to Hard Coat, but was specifically developed for furniture.It comes in larger sizes (you know, furniture is big) and in gloss, matte or satin. Glow-in-the-Dark Mod Podge To give your project a smooth finish, apply additional coats of Mod Podge. Let every coat dry before applying the next layer and make sure to lightly sand between each coat for best results. You can also apply various other finishes such as varnish or lacquer over the top of the Mod Podge to achieve different effects. This formula is a must for any project you need to use fabric.No matter the project, the best part about this one is that you can prepare fabric for crafting ahead of time by lightly brushing on and allowing to dry before cutting. It eliminates fraying.So if you want to use fabric for decoupaging to surfaces and for decoupaging things onto fabric use this one. Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge