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Clear Sealer

by Krylon


Protects and seals surfaces painted with faux finishes, and adds outdoor durability to the surface of your projects. Suitable for use on ceramic, plaster, dried silk flowers, glass, metal, paper, papier mache, plastic, wicker, and wood. Great for use with Krylon textured paints, such as Make It Stone.

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Clear Sealer

by Krylon

Average User Rating: Based on (8 Reviews)

5 8

Dyanate Designs from Phoenix, AZ says:

This is a great sealant;it worked just as suggested. I use this for my metal embossing over alcohol paints to protect the paint. I received it just in time for a makeover. I will use again and again;...[more]

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Can this be used to seal and protect an oil painting that used odorless turpentine and boiled linseed oil as the medium?

- Asked by joe on 12-Jun-14
Answer

Clear Sealer is not recommended for use on oil paintings. We suggest using Blair's Spary Var or Liquitex Spray Varnish instead.

- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Jun-14

Will this work to seal painted glitter on the stem of a wine glass?

- Asked by Lori on 19-May-14
Answer

This sealer while compatible may reduce the sheen of the glitter. Try Glitter Blast Clear Spray Sealer which is specifically designed to keep glitter vibrant.

- Answered by MisterArt on 20-May-14

I decorated a picture frame using twigs, bark, and dried moss. Will this sealant keep the outdoor stuff from decomposing?

- Asked by Jennifer D on 27-Apr-14
Answer

This product will extend the life of the decorative frame as it protects the surface of each item; however, decomposition may still occur within the items over time.

- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Apr-14

Will this dry clear so that I can see my gold paint underneath?

- Asked by Shari Piaskowski on 24-Apr-14
Answer

When dry, the sealant will be clear, so the gold paint underneath will be visible.

- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Apr-14

Will this work as an adhesive as well as a top coat?

- Asked by Teresa B on 20-Mar-14
Answer

While it may have some adhesive properties, we do not recommend Clear Sealer for adhering pieces of a project together. Try Krylon's Spray Adhesive or Blair's Maximum Strength Spray Adhesive to create the project. Then apply Clear Sealer as a final top coat to add durability and protect the piece.

- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Mar-14

Can this product be used over hydro-printing?

- Asked by tim k on 21-Feb-14
Answer

Clear Sealer spray by Krylon is not recommended for use on hydrographics (printing).

- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Feb-14

I have outdoor metal lawn figures and want to protect the paint from UV rays. Will the clear coat sealant spray provide the protection?

- Asked by Bill on 16-Feb-14
Answer

This product may be applied to metals and adds outdoor durability. It does not specify Ultra Violet protection. May also try Speed Dry UV Acrylic Clear.

- Answered by MisterArt on 20-Feb-14

Does it dry flat or glossy?

- Asked by Rob on 06-Feb-14
Answer

Clear Sealer creates a satin finish which reflects more light than matte and less than semi-gloss.

- Answered by MisterArt on 10-Feb-14

Is this dishwasher-safe?

- Asked by Alicia S. on 20-Jan-14
Answer

Krylon Clear Sealer is not dishwasher-safe.

- Answered by MisterArt on 23-Jan-14

Can this product be used as an adhesive for glitter inside glass ornaments?

- Asked by kim on 19-Dec-13
Answer

This product may be applied to glass surfaces and glitter should stick to it while it is wet. Try spraying the inside of the glass ornament, apply glitter, and then spray another coat to seal glitter in place. Ideally, glitter should be mixed with the adhesive for an even application. We recommend trying Krylon's Glitter Spray or Tulip's Dimensional Fabric Paints Metallic, Sparkle which are also formulated to stick to glass.

- Answered by MisterArt on 19-Dec-13

Can I use this over acrylic paint?

- Asked by kimette on 02-Dec-13
Answer

Yes, this product is compatible over acrylic paint.

- Answered by MisterArt on 03-Dec-13

Is this waterproof?

- Asked by Sarah on 30-Jul-13
Answer

The people at Krylon have said this product is not for outdoor use, so I would say no.

- Answered by MisterArt on 30-Jul-13

After spray painting my rattan chairs, do I need to put a sealer on? I used Krylon satin spray to paint.

- Asked by paul on 14-Jul-13
Answer

The Krylon Satin Finish spray is moisture-proof and smudge proof. You can add a sealer as extra protection, but this would be optional.

- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Jul-13

Can I use this to rust-proof metal?

- Asked by benjamin on 28-Jun-13
Answer

This Krylon product does not mention rust proofing metal as one of its attributes.

- Answered by MisterArt on 01-Jul-13

How many square inches does it cover per can?

- Asked by Hannah C on 20-Jun-13
Answer

I would say between 24 - 36 square inches, depending on how thick you spray it.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-Jun-13

Does this product dry clear?

- Asked by donalyn on 15-May-13
Answer

Yes, the Make It Last Clear Coat Sealant Spray dries clear.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-May-13

Is Clear Coat be removable in the future if I wanted to remove an acrylic stencil paint I put on a backsplash?

- Asked by Slim on 11-May-13
Answer

The Krylon Clear Coat is a permanent sealant. By attempting to remove it, it would ruin the stencil paint.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-May-13

Is the finish glossy or flat?

- Asked by Ted on 30-Jan-13
Answer

The Make It Last Clear Coat Sealant Spray by Krylon dries to a satin finish.

- Answered by MisterArt on 04-Feb-13

I want to use this product to seal a piece of wood and then paint on it - will this work?

- Asked by Michael Fague on 26-Oct-12
Answer

The Krylon Make It Last Clear Coat Sealant Spray is a final sealant spray. You would paint the surface first and then use this as a sealer.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Nov-12

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Rated by: Dyanate Designs in Phoenix, AZ
This is a great sealant;it worked just as suggested. I use this for my metal embossing over alcohol paints to protect the paint. I received it just in time for a makeover. I will use again and again; a perfect finish.
Rated by: Rebecca H. in Amarillo, TX
I also intend using Make It Last on my grandparents antique oak bedframe after I oil it well and need to seal it off. This will prevent any buggies from getting in the old wood and boring holes, etc. Guess I'd better order some more because this looks like another multi-use product for me.
Rated by: Rebecca H. in Amarillo, TX
In scrapbooking my great great great grandfather's civil war era memorabilia, I wanted a clear coat over some journaling notes/tags, etc I did with calligraphy inks; this was the perfect thing; didn't run. The only adversity was spraying on thin, photocopies that it make curl slightly which was quickly remedied by placing the papers in a book (after it had dried completely) to flatten out. After reading some other reviews, may use it to seal off a pesky area (mitered corner) of marble shower wall that keeps trying to grow tiny specks of mold. My kids and myself are severely allergic to mold; as most ppl are, so this will be a godsend in that application. Recommend buying more than one can at a time because you will find more than one application for this product and this is the most economic place to get it; it's very pricey anywhere else!! Thx, MISTERART.COM!! :) for another great product!!
Rated by: Jacci T. in Philadephia, PA
This is just what I needed. I used Stone It on my kitchen cabinets and I have a husband that leaves marks everywhere. This will protect my cabinets, and that will protect my husband. Great product!!!
Rated by: Betty L. in a small town, PA
I bought this and used it on Ceramics I made for people for x-mas, and I found it goes on smoothly and easily and did not require a second coat.
Rated by: terra w. in chaparral, NM
good sealant!
Rated by: Mildred V G. in Washington , DC
You will never believe what I used this for. To seal a bathtub that had been painted and the paint was chipping off. Sealed the edges all around that were loose. Will now finish with epoxy paint. Try it if you have this condition. Works wonders.
Rated by: Nancy R. in Louisville, CO
Works as advertised. Smooth, even, protective finish.

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