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    im looking for a UK product similar to mod podge. Its to seal imagies. Any suggestions?
    Snowf1975

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1039948...polished-beads

  • #2
    And here was me thinking you were looking for a moderator on a diet...
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    • #3
      Heh heh, that's how I read it too
      MISI - http://www.misi.me.uk/store_info.php?user_id=741

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      • #4
        What are you seling and on what?
        Vendi..Verdi..Visa...
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        • #5
          Or a Moderater NOT on a diet. Might be more successful perhaps.......
          Carol
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          • #6
            Ho ho, and there was I thinking I was the only one to be on just-the-wrong-side of slim....!

            If it's Mod Podge Gloss you're after, it looks like it be out of stock here in the UK - how come; has everyone been ordering it to jazz up their Xmas deccos?

            Do you not want to order from the US? (completely understand if you don't...)

            Hmmm, at somewhat of a loss here.

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            • #7
              well, id rather have the uk equivilant. I would buy from the US but the postage is really expencive. I need it to seal imagies that i print off from my computer before i insert them into pendants and then pour resin over them. At the minute, the ink in my imagies is running
              Snowf1975

              https://www.etsy.com/listing/1039948...polished-beads

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              • #8
                If you're using an inkjet with regular inks (ie not durabrite), any water based product (including mod podge) will make them run. If you don't have access to a colour laserprinter or colourfast inkjet, you could make a copy photocopy though.
                george
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                • #9
                  I use Royal Coat Finish. Try Calico Crafts.

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                  • #10
                    oh right! So if i print my image and then do a colour photcopy is should work? But isnt that just the same ink though?
                    Snowf1975

                    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1039948...polished-beads

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                    • #11
                      Ditto what Mizgeorge says, but also, you could seal them with some Golden gel medium. It goes on white but dries translucent, I use it all the time.
                      Gail x

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Caroleecrafts View Post
                        I use Royal Coat Finish. Try Calico Crafts.
                        it says that this is water based. Have you used it on printed pics and they've been ok?
                        Snowf1975

                        https://www.etsy.com/listing/1039948...polished-beads

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                        • #13
                          Laser 'ink' (toner) is waterfast. Most inkjet ink isn't (the dye inks are water based). It's not normally a huge problem, but anything printed that could get wet can be a problem - things like flyers and address labels in particular!

                          On the plus side, you can do great image transfers with inkjet prints.
                          george
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SNOWF1975 View Post
                            it says that this is water based. Have you used it on printed pics and they've been ok?
                            Yes I have used it on printed pic's onto paper and fabric, with no problems. However, it is all trial and error, if you go down this route may be worth getting the smallest tub first.

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                            • #15
                              I thought modge podge was just pva and water?
                              www.beadlab.com

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