Pebeo Porcelaine 150 China Paint 45-Milliliter Bottle, Chalkboard Black
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- The 46 intermixable colors are available in 45ml bottles: 35 deep and glossy transparent colors, 10 particularly opaque and covering shimmer colors with iridescent effects, and 1 chalkboard effect color; the colors have excellent light fastness
- The paint is tack free in a few minutes, and fully dry after a minimum of 24-hours; once fully dry, it may be baked for 35 minutes in a domestic oven at 150-degree c (300-degree f) for an enameled finish and dishwasher resistance
- The porcelaine 150 paint can be applied on porcelain, china, glazed earthenware, terracotta, metal, enameled sheet steel, copper and glass
- To thin the colors, use the Porcelaine 150 thinner; For brush application, it is recommended to use Pebeo Cobra deco or Iris brushes; Clean brushes with soapy water
- Once baked according to the instructions on the bottle, the colors are permanent, microwave safe, uv resistant and have remarkable resistance to dishwashing and to normal detergents
- Available in 35 deep, glossy transparent colors; 10 opaque and covering shimmer colors with iridescent effects; and 1 chalkboard effect color
- The paint is tack free in a few minutes, and fully dry after a minimum of 24-hours
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First, clean the area to be painted with rubbing alcohol and allow to air-dry.
I recommend doing two coats in opposite directions: Paint the area with horizontal strokes. Let dry one hour. Paint the area with vertical strokes. We found that a small paintbrush, rather than a sponge brush, was the better tool for the job.
Allow to sit for at least a day. We waited four days because the colored enamel paints we were using on the mug required four days before baking. (Michael's has every color you could want, except chalk board)
When baking, put the mugs in the oven, set a timer for a half hour, turn on the oven to 325 F. After the half hour, turn off the oven and let the mugs cool in the cooling oven.
When the mugs are cool, you have to prime the chalkboard by rubbing chalk all over the board in two directions before buffing it off. Now the chalkboard is ready to use.
That's it! Our mug went through a regular dishwasher cycle just fine, and was easy to write on with chalk. I was pleasantly surprised at how well the paint worked.
In terms of area, we painted six mugs and used a little more than half the bottle of paint -- and a six year old did much of the painting -- so you might be able to squeeze a little more out than we did :-)
One thing I learned is to use painters tape instead of masking tape to mark off the area to be painted. The paint bleeds under the masking tape but you get clean lines with painters tape.
Please note, It may come in a tiny jar, but this stuff will go a long way. I would also recommend purchasing a fan brush as well. This will make any project go much smoother.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
worked great on a light bulb I wanted to paint, but not worry about the bulb heat ruining the paint. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. Meltzer
Used to paint a smooth mason jar (quart size). Took the entire bottle (3 coats needed) for the finish to be completely black.Published 6 months ago by Heather P
This required two coats to coat well enough. It was not easy to apply and I am an experienced crafter. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kathleen in Kansas
It was for a craft and worked perfectly. It was a little gritty in my opinion but it could have been how I painted it on the cup.Published 6 months ago by Astronima
Did exactly what it said it would do. A little but goes a long way. I covered 4 mugs and barely used amy. Provided a nice even coat, and was smooth after it was baked. Read morePublished 6 months ago by jonny
I purchased this for adding a chalkboard section on a porcelain mug. I have no prior experience with painting so it was a struggle to deal with. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christopher W.