Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish (16-Ounce), CS11302 Matte
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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 matte finish
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Matte Finish Modge 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
From the Manufacturer
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.
A brand you can trust.
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.
Top Customer Reviews
As a paper crafter, I prefer the matte finish because it has the most durable and well textured finish for decoupage and sealing my paper projects. I prefer to use a sponge brush to apply this to my crafts. The glossy and satin formulas can leave sealed projects just ever so slightly tacky to the touch once completely dry. If I use the glossy or satin finish to coat, say, a decoupaged notebook - after letting the finish dry completely I could still stack finished notebooks to store them and they might stick together. So I wouldn't use those formulas for projects that need more durability and protection. (For another example, I'll chose matte when I decoupage a surface of furniture, as it might get a lot of wear and items set upon it each day. But for an art project that will merely hang on the wall I'm more likely to chose the glossy or satin.) The matte finish has preformed the best for my decoupage projects. That said, you can always use a clear acrylic spray finish on top of your mod podge to get rid of any remaining "tackiness" no matter which formula you might use.
The matte finish, obviously, has a dull non-shiny appearance once dry. If you would like a shiny finish, choose the gloss Mod Podge finish in the classic red bottle.Read more ›
The classic method for decoupage is to cut out pictures, apply them with glue, then shellac over them carefully building up layers of shellac until the item is smooth to the touch. Mod Podge revolutionized decoupage by making it a lot easier without having to use shellac or thinners to clean your brush.
You use it as the glue, sealer and finishing product, allowing it to dry 20 minutes between layers. It dries water resistant, in fact, some people tint Mod Podge with a bit of acrylic paint or ink, then paint designs on screens in embroidery hoops for screen printing. The Mod Podge acts as a block that is not soluble in the ink.
I like the Matte for a lot of projects. The glossy can be too shiny for a lot of effects, the matte is classy and attractive. Use a foam brush to apply it. I don't work directly out of the jar just in case the item I'm sealing isn't colorfast. That way my jar doesn't get contaminated with color. Instead I pour a little on a scrap piece of paper and work off of that, pouring a bit more as I need it. Using that method, you can use wide foam brushes.
I love Mod Podge!
How I did it:
Used sandpaper to lightly sand the area of the shoe that I planned to glitter
Placed the shoe on news paper
Used a brush to put on a thick layer of Mod Podge
Sprinkle the glitter onto the shoe and the Mod Podge
Let sit for 5 minutes
Tap the excess glitter off of the shoe
Add another layer of Mod Podge to seal and keep the glitter in place
Let the shoe dry over night
Wow, unless you get really lazy,like I did, pouring the glue, directly onto the puzzle and spread it, it will take about 10 min. or less to cover 500-1000 piece puzzles, then, without waiting further, I applied again another coat. And, I remembered to lift the puzzle to see any glue smeared unto the poster board. It did here and there and I gently roll down the board off the puzzle edges. That helped to separate the hardening puzzles from get stuck to the board. within 20-30min. I could even lift 500 piece puzzle(18x24in)
After only 2-3 hours in the room temperature, it sets beautifully. And, I turned them over and gave a thin coat onto the back. The backside is often uncoated brown paper material, and they dried even faster.
We still have 1/4 out of 16fl oz bottle, using 3 coats each(1 @ 20x27, 2 @ 18x24)
The matt finish really gives it a more of a collection quality look than the glossy would.
(getting the right size brush)__________________
The only thing I would suggest, is the sponge brush size, I bought two brushes of a differnt width. One is too big for the bottle opening. I would suggest getting a brush, smaller than 1.75inch(45mm) or you will have some mess around the bottle while working with it. They are only 30-65 cents. And, I was stingy enough(no, environmentally conscious)to wash it later to save it. And, the glues washes off really nice, leaving no residue.
My verdict is, I am glad to find some quality product, that is very versatile and easy to work with. I will become a new fan of Mod Pudge- except that I am not keen on just an ugly cheap label design from early 70s. The local store priced it at $8.99 plus tax.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does what it needs to, great for pictures and puzzles, bit messy but that comes with the territory. Resuablet after closing the lid, doesn't get hard and I've had a bottle for 2... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Amazon Customer
It didn't hold my ppuzzle well . so I thought that using more would help.... That only allowed me to see every brush stroke. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Niecey
works for literally everything you can imagine, is /a lot/ of product for your $$Published 6 days ago by Sierra
Worked perfectly to decorate my wine glasses with glitter for a party!Published 8 days ago by Danielle Falcione
Worked really well for 50th class reunion decorations. We cut two numbers out of cardboard, made 3D by attaching two 5s together with middle cardboard to make a number to stand. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Tawny Abernathy