If you let Mod Podge dry on glass for a long time, it’s permanent – but you leave it for a day, you can still peel it off. So if you want to do a bit of a Halloween trick like Kathleen from Grosgrain did, you can. She used Glow-in-the-Dark Mod Podge to surprise her kids with a spooky images in their bathroom . . . so when they they walked in, “boo!” A glowing skulligan face. The kids will love it! Visit Kathleen to learn how she did it, and if you are going to try it then please test first. Some mirrors have different coatings than others. After your test, proceed to scare members of your family to your heart’s content!
Halloween ghost trick mirror at Grosgain