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Posted by anneinva_2009 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 28, 11 at 15:15

Hi, I make mosaic turtles. Usually I seal with tile lab grout sealer. But I have seen epoxy on flat things. Also one person on a board uses clear auto body sealer. I think the epoxy is really cool looking but this is not a flat object and I don't think it will work. does anyone have experience with the epoxy on 3d objects or with auto paint? thanksPhotobucket

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RE: sealants??

That is an adorable turtle! As for the epoxy, it's about the toughest substance out there. I have trouble believing it couldn't go on anything. Unfortunately, I have no real experience with it in the application you're suggesting. If you don't get an answer, maybe try fashioning up something quick and cheap that you wouldn't mind getting ruined (i.e., NOT that adorable turtle), give it a shot and see how it turns out.

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