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Using Modge Podge on Glass?

If I used Modge Podge to apply a label to glass, would it dry clear? And would you be able to tell where the Modge Podge was applied? Thank you.

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By Gayle

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June 26, 20180 found this helpful

Loctite Glass Glue will work wonders. I am not too sure about modge podge though. If you want to know for sure, i would reccomend trying. There will be streaks in the modge podge if that helps any.

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June 26, 20180 found this helpful

I Pinterest-ed...is that a word? This site a while back on this exact question and bookmarked the second link to try:

pin.it/ngyrcyvxpm64jc

modpodgerocksblog.com/.../

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It looks easy and like it dries clear. Can't verify since I haven't wisiwig-ed it yet...what I see is what I get is wisiwig. If you try before I do, let us know!

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June 26, 20180 found this helpful

Modge Podge does dry clear. There is a matte finish and a glossy finish.

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