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Decoupage is derived from a French verb, découper which means ‘to cut.’ The process of decoupage involves cutting various types of paper/thin fabric and sticking onto a surface with the help of a special glue called Modge Podge.

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Fevicryl Modge Podge Gloss?

  • Fevicryl Modge Podge glue is best used for decoupage a French art and craft technique in which objects are decorated by sticking paper cut-outs.

  • Works on multiple substrates: Wood, Glass, Metal, Fabric.

  • 2-in-1 properties: Sealer Cum Varnish.

  • Non-toxic: Conforms to EN713 European standard.

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Decoupage

Decoupage is trending as it helps transform and recycle almost anything around your home like furniture, boxes, trays, old canisters, tins, bottles and more.

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FAQS

How is this different from any other glue?

The ingredients in Modge Podge are not the same as a typical craft glue. Special ingredients are added for enhancing the durability thereby making it suitable for long lasting projects.

How many coats do I apply?

You can apply 2 or more coats depending on the effect you are looking for. The more the number of coats are, the softer the effect is.

What are the surfaces on which Modge Podge can and cannot be used

Fevicryl Mod Podge is uniquely formulated in such a way that it can be used on MDF, Wood, Glass, Metal, Fabric etc one can avoid using it on Ceramics, Plastics and other products which comes in contact with water.

Can I decoupage on wall using Fevicryl Modge Podge?

Decoupage directly on walls is not recommended as the wall surface differs.

Any specific paper that needs to be used for decoupage while using Fevicryl Modge Podge?

Recommended papers are decoupage tissues, decoupage papers, Newspaper cut-outs, Rice paper, magazine paper, packing paper, scrapbook paper and more.

How can I eliminate / minimise brush stroke?

Try applying decoupage glue with a flat brush and soft hand. Apply glue more than 2 times. Secondly use a sponge or a sponge applicator to apply decoupage glue to minimise brush strokes.

What type of brush should I use to apply Fevicryl Modge Podge?

Flat brushes.

Can I use blow dryer on my project to fasten drying time?

One can use a blow dryer ( Mild / moderate hot setting mode ) to speed up the drying process. Drying depends on how thick the application is. Thicker layer of application / deposition will take more time for drying.

How should I handle Paper edges that I just Modge Podge. How do they get merged with the surface?

While doing decoupage tear the edges rather than cutting them. Paste the paper and then use a sharp cutter to cut the extra paper over the edge. Or use sand paper to merge the paper with the surface using glue or paint.

Can the article/ decoupage project done by me be washed? Is it water proof?

Once cured, it can withstand gentle cleaning done with mild soap & water however It's not totally waterproof. It should not come in continuous contact with water. Outdoor exposure, harsh washing / cleaning with sharp objects & scrubbing should be avoided.

Is it child friendly? Is it food safe? Can I use it on plate/ Mugs / Bottles?

It is EN 71 , Part III Compliant product. Direct contact with food items / eatables should be avoided.

What is the cure time for Fevicryl Modge Podge? How long do we wait for it to dry?

Curing time depends on deposition / thickness of the coating. Normal drying time is 15-20 minutes between the coats.

My decoupage project done with Fevicryl Modge Podge is tacky / sticky when dry. What can I do?

One can apply a clear matt varnish or spray for the same.

Will my project turn yellow over a period?

Yellowing over a period is not expected if the project is well preserved indoors.

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        How To Use

        Modge Podge

        Things Required

        1

        Decoupage paper/napkins, Modge Podge glue, applicator/ brushes, paper cutter/sandpaper, acrylic colours & varnish(optional)

        2

        A surface like wood, glass, board or terracotta

        step 1

        Select the surface you want to decoupage and prepare the surface by painting a base coat if required.

        step 2

        Tear or cut the paper to fit your design.

        step 3

        Pour required amount of Modge Podge into a bowl and apply it on the paper or surface with an applicator or brush depending on the surface area.

        step 4

        Gently stick the paper onto the surface and simultaneously remove air vacuoles if any. Trim any excess paper with a cutter or sandpaper and leave it to dry.

        step 5

        Apply another layer of Modge Podge on top and leave it to dry. You can apply multiple layers of glue depending on the gloss required.

        step 6

        Finish your artwork with a coat of varnish if required.

        testimonials

        Jayashree Narayanan

        As a Fevicryl Certified Specialist, I would say in a nut shell to the art and craft enthusiasts Modge Podge glue - the all in one glue and a good sealer, dries faster for multiple coat build up.

        Rashmi Agarwal

        This is a great adhesive I came across. It provides equal smoothness and consistency when applied to any surface. The thickness is so perfect that makes application so easy and dries very quickly. The non-sticky property of the this glue gives more reasons to use it while doing decoupage, as it doesn't remain on fingertips when applying tissue in surface. It gives a perfect glossy finish to any object.

        Shyla Prasad

        Sticking the paper was very easy and neat. not even a single bubble turned up. Finishing was neat. Application also easy. in fact i used my fingers. Satisfied with the result.

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