Topics: Adhesive, Glue, Top-Coat, Seed Beads

If gluing seed beads to a flat surface, is there a spray or glue to put on top to make sure they stay smooth and secure to the object?
- Tracie
Using Beadswax® to adhere seed beads to paper or objects gives a strong hold and beads will not pop off after time. Peel and stick adhesive tape and sheets can also be used. If seed beads are adhered to a sealed surface, you can hard-coat the seed and bugle beads using Signature Series Magic-Glos® top coat or create a flexible coat with Kato Polyclay™ clear medium liquid. Other sealant options include Mona Lisa™ Metal Leaf™ top coat sealant and Vitrium® Clear Protectant sealants.

- Michelle Wood, Jewelry-Making Expert

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