I recently created a commission piece made out of stretched canvas and acrylic. It was specifically made for bathroom decor on a wall. I didn't realize until later that the bathroom would have high humidity. So now my paranoia has sunk in. I have been doing acrylic paintings for almost a decade. I have used different variants of sealers. Sprays, and glues. Feel more confident about the Mod Podge because it is more a glue consistency, which would give it a lot more of a shield from the elements.
So my question is, can Mod Podge stand up against humidity?
I've been doing some research this morning on the humidity and temp of Mod Podge used as a sealer. Haven't come across any further detail on high temperatures of Mod Podge, or a lot of detail on the humidity of Mod Podge as a sealer. The painting is in Arizona. Even though it has low humidity it doesn't count for the fact it is in the bathroom with a shower(which I didn't consider at the time)
Come across forums on Etsy talking about humidity and getting the Mod Podge to dry with fans. That isn't what I am looking for, or asking.
Plaidonline.com has PDF talking about sealers and suggests to use a Mod Podge Adhesive spray after putting the Mod Podge sealer.
This piece of art was done for a relative of mine. So there isn't a lot at stake with this piece. I just wanted some more information, from others experiences. So I don't make a similar mistake next time. I could also consider again just going with an sealer spray. The Mod Podge was what I had on hand at the time of the painting. I've been just trying to make do with what I have on hand.
Found on modpodgerocksblog.com | Wasn't sure of its content was accuracy.
Upon further investigation, it seems to have a lot of detail related to Mod Podge. Mod Podge does not have an official website.