[Plaid Enterprises] A brand name for a water-based solution of polyvinyl acetate that is used in many art and craft projects. Mod Podge was developed in the 1960s by Jan Wetstone. The name is a shortened version of 'Modern Decoupage'. It is advertised as an all-in-one glue, sealer, and finish that can be used on wood, glass, terracotta, metal, paint, and fabric. When wet, the non-toxic mixture can be removed with soap and water. Mod Podge dries quickly and is available in matte and gloss finishes. Special formulations include mixtures with pigments and glitter.
Plaid Enterprises: Mod Podge