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Old 09-17-2008, 08:26 AM   #1  
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Default Can you use white glue instead of mod podge?

Has anyone tried this? Thanks.
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Old 09-17-2008, 08:53 AM   #2  
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Depending on what you are gluing. If you are actually altering a piece with paper such as a tin, wooden letter, clipboard, etc. I have added a bit of water to Elmer's glue and used a foam brush much like I would use Mod Podge and it works. Just be careful not to get too much water, it will "warp" the paper. I then use a brayer to get all th bubbles out.

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I've used white PVA diluted with water for a protective coating in places where Mod Podge is called for, and also for sticking dried flowers firmly and safely. But it is a PVA that dries clear, even though it comes out of the bottle white.
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