I want to use mod podge but need to make the print waterproof?

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edited 20 June 2020 at 1:38PM in Crafting
Is there anything like a varnish I can either use over the mod podge that has been applied to paper or is there a type of waterproof paper that I can print onto and that can be wiped down?


  • How about some matt varnish from Wilks?
  • thanks i'll take a look. I don't want a spray though as I have only ever seen sprays sold in wilkinsons regarding varnish. Sprays are pretty toxic if using regularly so would prefer using painton varnish or acrylic sealer.
  • Yes mine was a paint on one (I hate sprays too - its called ultra tough wilko quick drying varnish - clear satin - about £3 for 250mls.
  • Hmm, I've used MP quite a few times and love it! How about a spray sealant you can get from B&Q type places?
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