Clean all Mod Podge applicator tools (foam or bristle brushes) while wet with soap and water.
No, Mod Podge Pearl is not water-resistant.
A decoupage surface using Mod Podge Pearl should be intended for indoor decorative purposes only as it is not dishwasher- or washing machine-safe, or safe for outdoor decorations. To clean your project, wipe using a damp soft cloth, do not fully immerse in water.
The Mod Podge Sparkle formula contains two different sizes of holographic glitter mixed into the decoupage medium. Whether you brush on one light application or add a few more, Mod Podge Sparkle will add glitter sparkle effects to a decoupaged project. The more applications, ...
Mod Podge Sparkle can be applied directly onto a variety of surfaces such as: wood, tin, terra cotta, canvas, papier mache and even glass and ceramics when the finished glass surface will be used for decorative purposes only.
Yes, Mod Podge Sparkle is a water-based, non-toxic finish made in the USA.
No, shaking may cause bubbles. Mod Podge Sparkle can be stirred before using to fully incorporate the product.
A variety of applicator tools can be used with Mod Podge Sparkle including foam Spouncers or bristle brushes. Perfect for applying Mod Podge Sparkle smoothly without any brush marks, Mod Podge golden Taklon bristle brushes come in several sizes and widths such as: the Mod Po...
It is best to brush a coat of Mod Podge onto the project surface as well as evenly over the back of the paper to be decoupaged. Flip the paper over, place it onto the project surface joining glue to glue; and then press to smooth out any wrinkles or captured air pockets using...
Clean all Mod Podge applicator tools (brushes, squeegee and/or brayer) while wet with soap and water.