Topics Covered In This Video:
- Testing Mod Podge Dimensional Magic on a baked sample of Premo Polymer Clay.
- Sample was coated and left to rest for 3 months.
- Good doming action, though it sunk a little in the center. Second layer may help.
- Finish has milky consistency when wet, clear when dry.
- Not sticky, and no bad reactions, so it is compatible with polymer clay.
- Finish is hard… won’t leave mark when pressed with your fingernail.
- Harder than other dimensional finishes I’ve tested.
- Pulled from edges just slightly.
- Easy to use.
- Soap and water cleanup.
- Pour directly on piece… holds to surface and doesn’t run off sides.
- Use needle to pull product to edges of piece and to pop bubbles.
- Dries in 3 hours. Let sit 24 hrs before use.
- Seems like a good product for polymer clay.
- Might be a good alternative to resin.
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