Plaid Enterprises - Mod Podge - Glossy - 8 oz



Availability: 5 In Stock
List Price: $4.59
Sale Price: $4.36 (Save 5%)


Added to your Favorite Products. View Favorites
Added to your Wish List. View Wish List
Login or Sign Up to add to your Wish List or Favorites.

Description & Information

The original Mod Podge formula that’s a glue, sealer and finish all in one! Use this crafting favorite to decoupage almost anything on wood, glass, terra cotta, metal, canvas and more, then seal with a top coat of Mod Podge. Projects dry to a protective gloss finish.
SKU: nm-cs11201 UPC: 028995112010

Reviews and Ratings

Avg. Rating
100% of buyers would recommend

  • Great For Any Project!

    I have used Mod Podge for years. I recently used it on my a Faithbook Album cover. It will protect it from dirtly little fingers, spills etc...I also used it to glue and seal great scrapbook paper designs to an old dresser. I love the way it dries clear. A little goes a long way! It's a great price too! I have used it on craft projects, furniture, scrapbooking albums and much much more. I would recommend this to anyone!

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!   (1 out of 1 found this review helpful.)

    You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.


  • Verified Buyer

    buy it

    If you haven't tried this- give it a try! I'm a total adhesive snob trying to find the "perfect" thing so use lots of different adhesives for different jobs. I found this great for laying down paper (or thin stickers/scraps) and then going over again with another coat. Gives that finished glossy look that looks so high end.

    Easy to use and clean up. Great effect.

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!   (1 out of 1 found this review helpful.)

    You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.


  • Verified Buyer

    Awesome stuff!

    I have found my new love in scrapbooking! Now that I am getting into the mini albums made out of chipboard and altering other items, I just love Mod Podge! It really adheres the paper to the chipboard but you do have to be careful to to put it on too thick or it could cause the paper to bubble. I found that if I start at a corner and work the paper down, it goes on nice and smooth. I noticed that I'm now reaching for this for even my scrapbook pages and for smaller elements.

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

    You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.



  • Must have!

    Mod Podge is the best adhesive/sealer if your into altering items such as wood, metal or I even use it to seal tiny letters onto pages in my scrapbooks so they don't fall off. It dries fast and is so simple to use! I use the glossy and matte finish depending on what im working on!!

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

    You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.



  • Patience required, but worth the wait.

    I love Mod Podge Glossy Finish (and all other finishes) for all of my altering products. Works great as an adhesive and as a sealer and with a little patiences and effort creates a beautiful finish. I am never without a jar of mod podge.

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

    You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.

Product Questions & Answers

  • Hello. I am in the process of making some candle luminaries for my daughter. I have the clear glass I am using. I am now thinking of printing the photos I want to put on the glass directly onto vellum and then using Mod Podge to adhere the photos to the glass. I have two questions:
    1. Do I use the photo transfer Mod Podge or the regular Mod Podge? Do I coat it once to put it on the glass and then again over the vellum once it is on the glass?
    2. I have an inkjet printer. Will that suffice, or do I need to take the vellum to print out the photos on a laser printer at Kinkos or other establishment?
    Ok, that was really three questions - but I look foward to your answer! Thanks
    Lisa Premo   By: lpremo (08-Nov-16) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    Show 0 Answers Hide Answers Not Yet Answered      
    Add Answer     
    1
You need to login first. Please click here to log in.