I am trying to make my own tile coasters for Christmas. I have used a craft glue on my paper which it is stuck to the tile. But I need to seal the tile and paper to make them waterproof. I have the spray version of the Mod Podge Clear Acrylic Sealer. Will this work? Everything online is saying to rub the Mod Podge glue over the paper after you have attached it to the tile, leaving behind a film. I don’t want the film! Do I need to treat the tiles with something else? Please help!
Seems like there might be a confusion here between different products. Shouldn’t the Mod Podge Clear Acrylic Sealer work for this purpose? Is that product being confused with the regular Mod Podge glue product? I don’t think the sealer is a glue, and it shouldn’t be sticky.
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