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Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish (16-Ounce), CS11202 Gloss Finish
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- Quick-drying for multiple coat build up
- Dries clear, cleans up easily with soap and water
- Certified AP non-toxic, water base
- All-in-one glue, sealer, and gloss finish
- The original formula, all-in-one glue sealer and finish, can be used to decoupage on nearly any surface
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Gloss Finish Mod Podge in a 16 ounce plastic bottle.
Mod Podge dries clear in approximately 15-20 minutes and can be sanded to a smooth finish. Apply with brush or sponge applicator. Close container after each use. Clean up with water while wet. Once dry, Mod Podge cannot be removed. Use as a puzzle saver, a sealer glue, a quick finish, a textured finish,or a build-up finish." Non-toxic.
- as a glue for paper, fabric, and other porous materials
- as a sealer for wood, paper, and prints
- as a finish for printed material, decoupage, and fabric.
- Also functions as a painting medium for water-based paint.
The water-based sealer, glue, and finish for all surfaces!
- Conforms to ASTM D 4236
- Store at room temperature.
- One 16 oz. plastic bottle of GLOSS
Made in the USA.
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Mod Podge, the nation’s number one, all-in-one glue, sealer and finish.
The basic formulas provide exceptional flexibility and ease of use.
Give your most frequently used projects an extra durable finish with Furniture Mod Podge.
Your projects are easier to clean with the new top-rack dishwasher safe formula.
Rain or shine, decoupage projects maintain their beauty for outdoor living.
Transfer color and black-and-white photocopies to any decoupage project.
Melter, Melts and Molds
Create your own embellishments to paint and attach to projects.
Mod Podge Family
With a versatile collection of 23 formulas, the crafting possibilities are endless.
Tools and Accessories
Using the right tools makes Mod Podge projects easier, more professional and fun to create.
Perfect for home and holiday decor, gifts, seasonal projects, kid’s parties and more.
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Since 1976 Plaid has been a global leader in the art and craft industry, providing high-quality products that make art and crafting easier and more fun. We are passionate about inspiring artistic expression in individuals, families, schools, and communities of crafters of all ages.
We care about being a responsible corporation and source high-quality, non-toxic crafting materials that are safe for everyday use. We generously support a variety of organizations that are committed to making the world a better place, including the American Cancer Society, the Gwinnett County Women’s Shelter, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and the United Way.
The Plaid family of brands include Apple Barrel, Bucilla, Delta, Fabric Creations, FolkArt, Gallery Glass, Martha Stewart, Mod Podge, Plaid Creates, and Plaid.
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See pictures below on how well it glued both my puzzles.
- easy to use
- works well with many types of materials
- seals your projects well, protecting from moisture
- used to together with Plaid Mod Podge 1470 12-Ounce Clear Acrylic Sealer, Gloss to create adorable glittered flats
- dries clear and glossy
- the container is really big so I'm not sure if I would go through all of it
One thing I have noticed is that sometimes the Mod Podge will remain tacky even after weeks of drying, so you may need a waterproof spray acrylic to finish with. The tackiness was especially noticeable after I decoupaged over painted wood.
I have had excellent results using Mod Podge on fabric. It very well and it dries completely, no tackiness.
I hadn't decoupaged anything since the 70s and had almost forgotten that it is a great way to let your creativity run wild!
If you don't have an art background, then Mod Podge is like a more fluid Elmer's Glue, except that when Mod Podge dries, it won't dissolve into water anymore like an Elmer's and bugs don't eat it, like Elmer's. The big huge drawback of Elmer's is that it won't seal a top surface. So, when you cover the top of something with Elmer's glue, even moisture in the air can make it sticky later and then dirt/dust can get stuck in the glue. And, you can never wipe down Elmer's glue to clean it, because moisture will really mess it up. Mod Podge is an affordable alternative for craft projects you want to clean later.
I've been using this Mod Podge to decorate kitty litter buckets. I get the cat litter that comes in the big yellow plastic buckets, then I wash them and use them as storage bins. Acetone, like in nail polish remover, may remove the ink (for each bucket, it either wipes right off or does nothing at all, and it depends on which factory made the bucket or what month they made it in or something; all are the same brand, but use different ink). Then, I used Mod Podge to put calendar pictures on all 4 sides of each bucket. One coat under the pic to stick it on, and two coats over the top to seal it. After the Mod Podge dries, I've got a decorated storage bin and I can wipe it down with a damp rag to clean. The Mod Podge sticks fine to the plastic. I found that I use about 3 ounces acetone and 1 ounce Mod Podge per bucket.
Mod Podge stay just a little stick on the surface for months. It's not to where touching a surface will do anything. But, if you had something like a book cover, and you put a pic on with Mod Podge, then painted over the top to protect it, then you let it dry a couple of days, then put it in a stack, that pressure and touching of being in the stack would get parts of the cover stuck to the book next to it and really mess it up. Mod Podge recommends use a sealer that they also sell and if that is the top coat, then it dries quickly. For things you make for you, your choice of really long cure time (months). For things you will sell or gift, you probably want the separately sold Mod Podge brand sealer, because then you can have a short cure time and give/sell without including weird special care instructions. By the way, most artist gel mediums have long cure times as well, where the surface will be a little sticky for months after application. This helps a second coat to bond on top, and if you use it like a glue, it helps to later be able to remove air bubbles then press down and get it to stick where the air bubbles were.
Dollar Tree sells 2 ounce squirt bottles of Mod Podge, which can be a good way to try a small amount at home. They also have different kinds, like gloss versus satin finish, so you can see a small amount of each and decide which you like. Then, this big jar on Amazon can refill the little squirt bottle, so you can have that as a way to dish out a small amount at a time (pouring from the 16 ounce jar can be clumsy, and sticking a brush right into it can add glitter or water or whatever to the big bottle). Right now, Mod Podge is cheaper on Amazon than at WalMart, so Amazon is a good place to get it.
No noticeable fumes and no special instructions about using in a well ventilated area. In general, acrylic paints for art use don't have any restrictions, and since Mod Podge is essentially a lost cost clear acrylic paint, I wouldn't expect any fumes. It has a glue smell, similar to Elmer's.