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There is a product designed for decoupage projects called Mod Podge that is sold at many arts and crafts stores which will seal the paper, and protect it. However it would not be durable enough to just use that, so it would have to be sealed with an additional layer of either polyurethane, shellac, or lacquer. Practice applying the products on some scrap ...


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Generally, yes - you can help protect the wallpaper with polyurethane. However, once the paper is on, it's not coming off without a complete overhaul (sand it all off and redo it), and you should be aware that paper tends to fade and yellow after a while. Also, if you use a brush to apply water based poly then you need to apply it kind of quickly and be (...



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