Plaid Mod Podge Dimensional Magic Glue

Mod Podge Dimensional Magic (2-Ounce), CS11215 Clear

  • Easy to use
  • Easy clean up with soap and water while wet
  • Flexible and Versatile
  • All-In-One Glue, Sealer and finish
  • Water based-Non-Toxic

Plaid Mod Podge Dimensional Magic Glue Add clear dramatic dimension . A great touch for jewelry and more. Stay-put formula adds epoxy-like accents and texture. Apply directly from the writer bottle. Contents: One 2oz. bottle Made in the USA.

List Price: $ 6.08

Price: $ 3.68

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3 Comments/Reviews

  • H. Erickson-Sander "Heather" says:
    63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Crafters will love this, April 4, 2011
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    H. Erickson-Sander “Heather” (Denver, CO) –
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    This has quickly become my new favorite dimension product! I’ve used other similar products such as Sakura’s crystal lacquer, but Mod Podge has out preformed them in my opinion. This dimensional product can be used on jewelry, paper crafts, as an adhesive, and for creating your own embellishments such as beads and drops.

    The best thing is the design of the bottle, the cap is perfect not allowing the tip to clog or the product to dry out. This stuff also flows easily from the bottle, you won’t have to work at squeezing it out which is a plus in my book since I have “crafters hands” that get sore from the constant pressure I’m putting on them.

    The product goes on with a white haze, but when it dries it dries clear and very shiny. It is ideal for replacing resins in my jewelry, but I’ve also used it to embellish paper crafts. I love the effect it has when I sprinkle glitter over it before it dries.

    You’ll have to give thick coats a good 24 hours to dry before handling. And of course, you cannot let anything come in contact with it until completely dry or it will ruin the finish.

    This product is a fantastic tool for crafters, I’m using it more and more with my craft business, always coming up with new uses for it as I’m a paper crafter (not scrapbooker). Enjoy!

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  • Paulina Chu says:
    53 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Modge Podge Trial, October 12, 2011
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    Paulina Chu
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    Sounded too good to be true but I tested it out and here are my observations:

    It’s very easy to use. The bottle tip is perfect for pouring and everything flows very smoothly. It does come out milky white. The bottle says it takes several hours to dry but I found that untrue.

    My projects took about 3 days to dry. In that time, I touch-tested them (lightly pressed) and my fingerprints are forever stuck into my beautiful pieces. Also, it began to crack at the corners. Nothing major. You can’t really see it unless you’re holding it up to your face and inspecting but the point is they’re there.

    The first layer (about 2mm thick) had a severe dip in the center so I added a second layer. Still came out with a lighter dip in the center. It’s very noticeable if you’re holding it parallel. It did dry clear after the first day.

    However, it is now day 5 since I made it and the pieces have started turning cloudy again. It’s killing the colors and not very good at all. I would only suggest Dimensional Magic as a play-around kind of craft item. Definitely not a good replacement for resin or epoxy.

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  • Joe says:
    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Hate it., May 20, 2012
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    Joe

    We bought this because our local art store stopped carrying diamond glaze and didn’t have time to get some shipped to us. Upon innitial use it seemed good, and was easy to apply for making pendants, but after a couple days the resin started getting a blue tinge, and it is getting worse by the day. It also reacted badly with some of the finishes in the gears we made into pendants and caused them to apparently rust at an excessive rate. It also doesn’t dome over like diamond glaze does.

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