What surfaces can you do mosaic on?
You can mosaic on flat sheets of window glass, glass table tops or glass items like bowls, votives, plates, etc. You will need to be sure that it is strong enough to hold the weight of the mosaic. Mesh is an ideal surface for making a mosaic in one location and then transporting it to another location for installation.
How do you seal plywood for mosaic?
The plywood must be sealed in order to protect it from water in the tile adhesive and grout. The instructions say to dilute “craft glue” with 4 parts water and 1 part glue. After not finding anything that said “craft glue” I assumed it was a reference to Elmer’s white glue.
Can you glue stained glass to wood?
Overall Best: DEVCON 5-Minute Epoxy Waterproof Glue
This glue is the ultimate choice for bonding glass to wood thanks to its high strength and versatile surface use. The Devcon glue is an epoxy product that comes in two parts. The two parts include the hardener and epoxy resin.
What type of wood is used for mosaic?
Plywood is made from thin sheets of wood that are laminated together. Types of plywood suitable to mosaic on: Exterior plywood – is high quality and it is a non structural type of plywood. It can be used in full or semi exposed areas.
Should I seal my mosaic?
Sealing is an important step in the mosaic process as it waterproofs the piece, improves the sticking power of the adhesive and stain proofs the final piece. Why seal? Sealing your work is important as it keeps moisture out of the backing board and gives the glue something to adhere to.