Drawing on Glass with Contour

Drawing on Glass with Contour

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It's easy to decorate glass with markers. Choose from several types of glass and porcelain markers: solid felt tip or pump action paint markers as well as opaque, transparent and glitter. All of our glass and porcelain markers need to be fixed in the oven to make them dishwasher safe.
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How to do it
Guide step 1
Step 1.
Wipe the glass prior to decorating to ensure a non-greasy, clean and dry surface. A glass and porcelain contour marker adds character to the decoration and prevents the paint from the pump action paint markers from running (for example on curved items). Leave to dry.
Guide step 2
Step 2.
Decorate with glass and porcelain markers. Here we have used opaque pump action paint markers. Leave to dry for a minimum of 4 hours.
Guide step 3
Step 3.
Fix the decorated glass item in the oven. The fixing time in the oven varies depending on your chosen marker – see the next steps.
Guide step 4
Step 4.
Fixing of opaque glass and porcelain pump action paint markers with glitter: Place in a cold oven. Set the temperature to 160°C (do not use a fan oven). Fix for 30 minutes.
Guide step 5
Step 5.
Fixing of glass and porcelain markers with a solid felt tip: Place in a pre-heated oven (not a fan oven) at 160°C . Fix for 90 minutes.
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Step 6.
Fixing of opaque glass and porcelain pump action paint markers: Place in a cold oven. Set the temperature to 160°C (do not use a fan oven). Fix for 90 minutes.

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