Some type of clear coat I could use over my tacky painted Dino’s?
I am making a coat tree for my Son’s room. I am using his toy dinosaurs (plastic) cut in 1/2 for the hooks. I don’t want to change the type/color of paint because they are the colors I used in his room and it’s what I have; however, with lightly coated spray paint and 2 days, they are still tacky to touch- I’m assuming from using the wrong type of paint and it will not cure. Is there a type of spray clear coat that DOES work on plastic I could use? Guess I could always try mod podge?
Any suggestions/tips are greatly appreciated!
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