Best waterproof sealer for outdoors?

I make fairy gardens and want to do an outdoor installation. What shall I use for a sealer?
  6 answers
  • Fal8691013 Fal8691013 on Oct 03, 2016
    Invest in a gallon of log oil. Brush/wipe on, let it dry at least 24 hrs. and apply another coat.
  • Sti2242965 Sti2242965 on Oct 04, 2016
    An idea that I had if I was making these was to brush the logs with dilute milk or yogurt to attract moss growth like they do on stone garden ornaments , not sure how long the logs would last but I think the moss would look good. I suppose you could try that with any stone features you may put in.
    • Nancy Nancy on Oct 04, 2016
      Thank You Stigrayi -- we've drought conditions so I don't know if that'll work outdoors, but I'll try this indoors.
  • Susan Shiptoski Susan Shiptoski on Oct 04, 2016
    Mod Podge makes a sealer glue for things that will be outdoors. Just brush it on.
    • Nancy Nancy on Oct 04, 2016
      Thank You Susan Shiptoski I wasn't sure how waterproof it was for handling the occasional downpout. I've a good size tub of this so will give it a try.
  • Deb Deb on Oct 04, 2016
    I would use the spray on sealer that is advertised on TV
  • Deanna Nassar Deanna Nassar on Oct 04, 2016
    That's Flex Seal. Can buy in spray cans or gallon paint cans to brush or roll on just like any paint. Comes in colors too. Though Mod Podge it made for sealing DIY projects I'm not sure how it would hold up in all types of weather. It's just(basically) white school glue and water.
  • Aqh12490118 Aqh12490118 on Oct 06, 2016
    Maybe try Thompson's water seal