Users' questions

Can you use Mod Podge spray on fabric?

Can you use Mod Podge spray on fabric?

You can use Mod Podge on fabric, paper, wood, plastic, almost anything!

What does Mod Podge do to fabric?

I always “prepare” my fabric before Mod Podging it down. This means I brush medium coat on, let it dry and then cut it to fit the surface. Applying the Mod Podge not only prevents fraying, but also makes the fabric more flexible and easier to adhere to the surface smoothly. Besides that, I treat fabric just like paper.

Is Mod Podge a good fabric glue?

For over 50 years Mod Podge has been America’s favorite glue, sealer, and finish. Mod Podge Fabric dries clear, leaving a smooth, glossy finish. Use Mod Podge Fabric to apply paper prints or fabric swatches to clothes, totes, banners, and more!

Can you use Mod Podge clear acrylic sealer on fabric?

A glue that can adhere fabric, paper, and other porous materials to almost any surface, Mod Podge is a versatile material. In addition to protecting acrylic paint, decoupage, stain, fabric, and many other items, it can also be used as a sealer. The air is clear. This finish is durable, smooth, and dries quickly.

Can you Mod Podge Gloss on fabric?

3. What surfaces can I use this formula on? Wood, canvas, tin, metal, terra cotta, and more. If fabric is your base, use Fabric Mod Podge.

Does Mod Podge waterproof fabric?

As I said before, no, Mod Podge is not waterproof. The combination produces a product that is somewhat water resistant, but not waterproof. If a few drops of water end up on your Mod Podge project you can wipe them away with ease. You aren’t going to ruin your craft with just a little bit of water.

Can you use a hair dryer to dry Mod Podge?

One can cure Mod Podge quickly by treating it carefully using a hairdryer. Set it to medium pressure and high heat, move it steadily across the Mod Podge layer to cure it properly. Mod Podge is used as a sealer in the crafting world.

Does Mod Podge turn yellow?

Mod Podge does yellow over time especially if your sealed artwork or craft is being hit by sunlight a lot. It can take years, however, for Mod Podge to go yellow. If you want to avoid the yellowing of your Mod Podge, then keep it away from sunlight and heat sources as good as you can.

Will Modge podge make fabric stiff?

Be aware of this when using it on your projects. After application, the fabric is also stiffer and has a “slick” feeling. From the picture above you can see that it appears that the fabric Mod Podge does help with the fraying of the fabric once cut.