Mod Podge is the original all-in-one sealer, glue, and finish. It's excellent for decoupage and is perfect for wood, paper, fabric, and other porous surfaces. This water based formula dries clear and holds tight. Mod Podge™ is non-toxic and cleans up with just soap and water, so it's great for kids. It protects acrylic paints, stains, fabric, and more. Available in gloss, matte, satin, and sparkle finishes. Sand between coats for an ultra-smooth finish. Outdoor Mod Podge--seals and protects wood, terra cotta, slate, and tin items that will be outdoors. Fabric Mod Podge--apply paper or fabric swatches to wearables, totes, banners, and more. An exciting new way to embellish your clothes and your home. Paper Mod Podge--acid free water based sealer, glue and finish. Available in matte or gloss finish specifically for all paper projects. Glow-In-The-Dark Mod Podge—waterbased and non-toxic. Use this to create a glow-in-the-dark effect. Dishwasher-Safe Mod Podge—waterbased and top rack dishwasher-safe, dries hard with no tack. For glass, ceramics, or metals. Furniture Mod Podge—non-toxic and waterbased. Apply to wood, paper mache, glass, and terra cotta. Dries hard and water resistant. Available in satin, gloss, and matte. Hard Coat Mod Podge--Ideal when an extra tough finish is needed.
Outdoor Mod Podge--seals and protects wood, terra cotta, slate, and tin items that will be outdoors.
Glow-In-The-Dark Mod Podge—waterbased and non-toxic. Use this to create a glow-in-the-dark effect.
Hard Coat Mod Podge--Ideal when an extra tough finish is needed.
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What would the drying time be if used to protect wood such as furniture or flooring?- Asked by Bev on 28-Jul-13
The Hard Coat Mod Podge is the quicker drying one.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Jul-13
Which Mod Podge would I use for redoing coasters with ink-jet printed pictures?- Asked by Christa on 05-Feb-13
The Mod Podge by Plaid is not recommended for use on photos or prints. We suggest using the Preserve It Paper Protectant by Krylon or the Spray Clear by Blair as a sealer.- Answered by MisterArt on 05-Feb-13
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