Anything would be appreciated, and if you could be specific about the brand of products you are using, that would be helpful, especially since I have tried other methods before, but missed out on the basic steps or the specific resin or type of lacquer used. I really like e6000 glue for projects where I am gluing metal to metal! **There is NO redoing this one; I’m using shells from our trip to Spain.**. I don’t know. It comes in a spray can for flexible use. Some tell me to use Ceramic glaze or shalaque but is there product you suggest and is there a product that I could dip the ornament or brush on, I do not have the much luck with spray on. Let me know! My dad used to use this on his floor when he was a bachelor . Do you know of any product that would prevent cotton cords on leather shoes from absorbing the leather dye? It hardens fabric, from a little hard to hard-as-a-rock depending on how you use it. Try a hair dryer to help speed up the drying or a warm oven. It will form a watertight and virtually unbreakable bond in just 30 minutes. There is only one great answer – Loctite 349 Impruv. Mod podge too with sealer? Just a fun thing to have! There is nothing worse than being so ready to finish a project, then not having the right glue or spray, so I keep these in stock at all time. Any ideas? What is your suggestion? Thinking starch to hang but then polycrylic afterwards…? Fast drying, not lumpy. because of that, i'm slightly afraid of glue! I think it is best for wood projects and things meant to go outdoors and get rained on, in which case it is invaluable. Maybe junkie isn’t the best word. but would like to try a spray sealer to help protect it and keep all the little parts together. what kind of glue should i use for lace on cardstock? I applied paper decals onto painted wood. i wish i could help you! I have a last minute Valentine's Day gift :) I used paper modge podge (glossy) over it and it is nice and shiny. Does anyone know of a good protector for card stock on wood? Mod Podge comes in at about $1/oz versus a white glue solution at about 48¢/oz for an ornament that will be sealed after drying with polyurethane or acrylic for outdoor tree decorating. Hello, A must have for jewelry and many other things. I am currently using non-toxic gloss coat, that I have to use painting method,which create bubble at some point. Is there any sealant or primer I can paint over the remaining residue to insure the paper will stick? I would like the pebbles not to mix and not to move if shaken for any reason. Another caution. I’m VERY new to crafting and have hot glued glass beads to glass bowls …but they tend to pop off here and there after flue dries. Do you know how if there is the type of sealant on the market that would seal Great list – thanks. This is my exact question, I was hoping someone had answered yours. it will be really challenging not to have the vinyl ripple. And there's no budging once it's dry! Also a great tip i have learned for my Cricut mats after cleaning them i apply a coat of Aleene’s Over & Over glue mixed with half water to keep mats like new. I have a question, got a metal garbage can covered in stickers. This sealer basically puts a plastic coating on top of whatever you spray it on. What can I put on it to seal it without damaging the stickers? I made a beautiful quilt for my brother and want the pictures to last. Please help . I would like to seal the stickers onto the drives so that they never fall off or fade. First off, I am a self-proclaimed “Sealant Virgin”. You can watch the application videos of polyurethane sealants from the link below. I’m looking for a sealant to use on EarPods – I’ve recently turned Apple bright white headphones into a matte black finish. where you quickly and easily can to add something to it. 1. What about hot glue and then sealer? Turn off oven and leave the piece in the oven till oven is cold. It also gives a beautiful look to Sand Stone bringing out some gorgeous colors that just washing and what other Clear Glosses have not been able to do for me.So far not had any trouble with weather related issues. I cant seem to find anything on the internet. Any tips? Hmm. Many thanks!! I can’t find the color and size (4x3mm) I’m looking for in a garment safe pearl. I’m using WeldBond to glue the glitter down (it’s all non toxic and safe) but after you glue the glitter down, how would you seal it? I love to write and take pics , so I was thinking of putting my writing on my photos and adhering them to the cardboard cutouts. I’m doing a play and need real pies to last the weekend know if anything I can spray on to make crust stronger? Anything sprayed can be repositioned up to 10 minutes after spraying. The bows were just as they were when I made them (only cleaner). I am making crumpled paper sculptures using thin, brown house painters paper from a roll. Just make sure you keep the recommended distance while spraying so it doesn’t create the dripping look some spray paints get when you’ve applied too much. What would you use to seal a motorcycle helmet after mod podge? I just think that sticking stuff to other stuff feels good. This post was genius. 3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive is a strong-bonding, fast-drying glue that you just spray on For use with paper, cardboard, fabric, cushion foam, plastic, metal, wood and much more Size: 467 g (16.4 oz) Over a wet/damp surface it will crack and peel. I’ve also tried spray adhesive-glitter-spray adhesive( lumpy). Use Mylar and not metal glitter. This is what I now use to seal all those Mod Podge coasters and vases and step stools any other decoupage project. It’s already dried, I’m not sure that this has been specifically asked or not, if it has, just link me to the answer . Happy Crafting. E6000!!!! I need a good glue which will hold and a good sealant to protect them.