- 1 Can you seal a tumbler without epoxy?
- 2 What can I use instead of epoxy for tumblers?
- 3 Can you use Mod Podge instead of epoxy?
- 4 How do you seal a cup with epoxy?
- 5 How do you seal glitter on glass without epoxy?
- 6 What can be used instead of epoxy?
- 7 What is the best epoxy to use for tumblers?
- 8 Can you use Mod Podge on top of resin?
- 9 What works better than Mod Podge?
- 10 Does Mod Podge dry clear on paper?
- 11 What do you use to seal glitter before epoxy?
- 12 Can you use spray adhesive as a sealant?
- 13 Do you need to seal permanent vinyl on tumblers?
Can you seal a tumbler without epoxy?
Make sure to remove the tape before the Mod Podge dries! There you have it! A way to make a decorated Yeti cup or Ozark tumbler without having to use epoxy. As you can see from the pictures, it’s not as smooth as epoxy but it still works and actually has a nice texture to it!
What can I use instead of epoxy for tumblers?
Are There Any Alternatives to Epoxy if You Want to Make Tumblers?
- Crystalac (a water-based polyeurethane)
- Clear Diamond Finish (a clear urethane)
- 2K Clear Glamour Clear Coat (a spray urethane)
Can you use Mod Podge instead of epoxy?
It works as a sealant to your projects, you can gluwork your project with some classic mod podge and then use the Super Gloss over the top. So it gives you a very shiny, clear finish that looks like epoxy.
How do you seal a cup with epoxy?
- Wash tumbler.
- Apply tape to top (and bottom – optional).
- Spray paint the tumbler if needed. Let dry.
- Apply a layer of mod podge with long even strokes.
- Dump glitter all over while you are turning the tumbler so the mod podge is all covered.
- Remove tape.
- Let dry fully (over night).
- Time to epoxy.
How do you seal glitter on glass without epoxy?
How to Seal Glitter with Mod Podge
- Before you begin, tap off any excess glitter.
- Apply a coat of decoupage medium to the project with a foam brush.
- Allow to dry.
- Apply a second coat of decoupage medium to the project.
- Wait 24 hours, and your glitter is sealed!
What can be used instead of epoxy?
Usually, hard plaster or concrete can be used as casting materials instead of epoxy resin.
What is the best epoxy to use for tumblers?
This are the Best Epoxy Resins for Tumblers
- High Quality Epoxy Resin: Pro Marine ProArt Resin.
- Review: Art N Glow Casting Resin.
- Recommendable Epoxy Resin: Envirotex Lite.
- Metal Tumblers.
- Plastic Tumblers.
- Glass & Ceramic Tumblers.
- Preparation is Key.
- Mixing and applying the Epoxy to your Tumbler.
Can you use Mod Podge on top of resin?
Cover the curing resin so dust does not ruin the finish. Use an inverted box for multiple items or cups for individual items, leaving space for air to circulate. To prevent discoloration, seal both sides and edges of the image with Mod Podge ® or Elmer’s® Glue-All®. Let adhesive dry completely before adding resin.
What works better than Mod Podge?
The verdict: you can use Elmer’s Glue to decoupage. The finish seems less shiny than Mod Podge, but I like it. A spray of clear laquer will help protect it, but you’ll still want to keep it out of the weather.
Does Mod Podge dry clear on paper?
Let me give you the short answer to the question “ does Mod Podge dry clear?”: YES! Mod Podge looks milky in the bottle, but when applied properly, it dries completely clear.
What do you use to seal glitter before epoxy?
Now you’ll want to seal the glitter layer with Krylon Clear Coat Spray. I used two coats and kind of brushed off any uneven large areas of glitter. This just helps keep all the glitter stay sealed down enough so when you add epoxy in the next step you’re not brushing glitter all over the place.
Can you use spray adhesive as a sealant?
Sometimes adhesive is also serve as a substitute for sealants when they are unavailable at the time. Mind you, they do not always work, and it is vital to use these products for their intended and instructed usages. Sealants should not be used to bond things together.
Do you need to seal permanent vinyl on tumblers?
I do not seal my vinyl on tumblers. Most vinyl manufacturers actually recommend that you don’t apply a sealer over the vinyl. The exception to this would be if you want to go through the process of sealing your tumbler with epoxy. This is usually done with glitter tumblers.