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FAQs

How long after application will Mod Podge Mega Glitter be fully cured to the project surface?
Mod Podge Mega Glitter will be fully cured to a project surface 28 days after the last application was made.
Do I need to shake Mod Podge Mega Glitter before using?
No, shaking the bottle prior to use may introduce air bubbles. Although it's not typically necessary, Mod Podge Mega Glitter can be stirred before use to incorporate the product fully.
On what type of surfaces can I use Mod Podge Mega Glitter?
Mod Podge Mega Glitter can be applied directly onto a variety of surfaces, including the following: wood, tin, terra cotta, canvas, papier mache, glass or ceramics (glazed or bisque), and even rigid plastic.   
Where can I learn more about FolkArt Glitterific Paint?
You can learn more about this product by reading the FolkArt Glitterific FAQ.
Is a project created using FolkArt Glitterific Paint dishwasher-safe?

No, projects painted on glassware or glazed ceramics using FolkArt Glitterific Paints are not dishwasher safe, nor should they be immersed in water. These surfaces should be used for decorative purposes only.

How long FolkArt Glitterific Paint take to cure?

Depending on the thickness of application, Glitterific cures to a surface after approximately 24 hours.

How long does FolkArt Glitterific take to dry?

Glitterific dries to the touch within two hours; however, the paints may take longer to dry when using heavier applications of paint or working in a high humidity area.

On what surfaces can I use FolkArt Glitterific Paint?

Many surfaces can be decorated with FolkArt Glitterific Paint: wood, papier mache, paper or cardstock, canvas, metal, rigid plastics, terra cotta, glassware, ceramics and fabric. Note, however, FolkArt Glitterific Paints will not be permanent on glassware, ceramic, rigid plastic and fabric surfaces and therefore should be used for decorative purposes only.

Where can I learn more about Gallery Glass Redi-Lead Strips?
You can learn about this product by reading the Gallery Glass FAQ
How do I use Gallery Glass Redi-Lead Strips?
Simply peel the adhesive Redi-Lead strip from the backing sheet and position on the surface where desired. “Solder” joints where Redi-Lead strips stop and start again using Gallery Glass Liquid Leading. Simply apply a dot of Liquid Lead to cover the joint and allow to dry prior to adding Gallery Glass Window Color. 
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