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Mod podge dry time

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on one of the model building youtube videos the builder recommended mod podge to use as the glue for windows and headlights. 

I Ordered it but when it arrived, the instructions say 2 weeks to fully dry. Since im only using it for holding windows in place how long do i need to wait before being able to work on the model again? Is it really 2 weeks? 

I am almost done, like 2 hours worth of stuff to do, but i would hate to have to wait 2 weeks to finish.

 

This will be the first model i actually finish all the way in months. I have another that is 90% done that lost my interest. I guess i could go back to that one if i have to

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in case anyone is interested. after 4 hours the mod podge is pretty dry. not fully dry, but dry enough to remove the tape that was holding the window in. 

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It takes forever to dry when it is used at intended for decoupage. 

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I recommend using Micro Crystal Clear instead. I use it for window installation. It dries overnight and will not attack whatever you're using for glass.

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