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Hi guys...i paint things called kendamas and im trying to find a sticky clear coat or topcoat of some kind that is strong but makes stuff sticky at the same time. i dont want slippery clear coat. kendamas are better when sticky. so can anyone give me tips on sticky clearcoats or anything i can use to make my clearcoat sticky and durable at the same time?

if you want to know what a kendama is, or need an example of why tacky is better, heres a video..

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The product that comes to mind is Marathon Primer from United Coatings. Since it's a primer, I can't really speak to its durability. On the other hand, it certainly stays tacky.
 

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Trust me you don't want anything sticky or tacky. Those things would get so dirty in a matter of days from dropping them on the ground and just holding them. The point of the toy is balance not the product sticking to the ball. Anyways, I would say just a food grade oil like for salad bowls would be fine.
 

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