So, I've googled just about everything to do with craft foam before I even started my newest project of craft foam armor, but I'm still running into some problems. :\
Most tutorials/discussions on sealing craft foam suggest using either Future floor cleaner or Mod Podge.
I'm in Germany at the moment, and I haven't been able to find ANY Future floor cleaner, or even anything similar, so instead
I found some Mod Podge at the terribly limited craft shop in my area (it is mostly dedicated to quilting and scrapbooking) and started using that.
Problem is that there are lots of lumpy brush strokes. I read (on a scrapbooking site) that you can sand Mod Podge between coats to decrease the brush strokes. I'm really worried about trying this... >.<; I don't want to sand into the craft foam and mess it up further...
Does anyone have an alternative method, or know more about sanding Mod Podge? Please keep in mind I'm rather limited on what I can get my hands on.
(Edit) Since I've already put something up about this, thought I'd ask a second question. XD I used this ->
<- tutorial and shaped the craft foam, then added glue and fabric to make it all sturdier. When I added the fabric and glue, however, the shape I had formed the armor into was somewhat lost. Is it possible for me re-shape them over heat without a problem? Or will the fabric have made it too
Thanks in advance~