Pebeo Porcelaine 150 China Paint Bullet Tip Marker, Anthracite Black
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- The porcelaine 150 bullet tip markers are available in 10 opaque water-based colors for china declined in 8 deep and brilliant colors, as well as in white and black; the colors have excellent light fastness and are wash-resistant even when not baked
- The paint is tack free in a few minutes and fully dry after a minimum of 24-hours; once fully dry, the finished piece may be baked for an enameled finish; this is not required for markers as they are wash resistant after air-drying for 72-hours
- The porcelaine 150 paint can be applied on porcelain, china, glazed earthenware, terracotta, metal, enameled sheet steel, copper and glass
- Use soapy water to clean work surfaces
- The colors have remarkable resistance to dishwashing and to normal detergents after baking; the vitrea 160 markers are resistant to washing even if not baked
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I let my mugs dry for 3 days, then placed them in the oven at 150 for 45 minutes and they came out perfect.
Each pen was plastic sealed/ wrapped. Be sure to shake it well first. The tip is white when you first open it. You have to push the tip in/ against a piece of paper ( it is like a retractable pen) a few times, you will see the black ink flow. The tip will turn all black.
When you first use it, the color is bold and comes out smooth. Doesn't work well when you cursive/ handwrite quickly. Use slow steady movement. Smudges / smears easily, so tie your hair and don't have quick swiping motions. Ink will dry out. So push on the tip again. (I didn't know that). Don't do it to much, or it will overflow and look watery! Best if you have a steady hand and good control.
Marker will dry out, and doesn't work the next day. I went through 3 markers. Really disappointed about this.
Let it dry before going over the design the second time. It will smudge.
If you make a mistake, use rubbing alcohol and a q-tip. Hot water and soap doesn't work.
Will try to post picture.
***Edit*** January 29, 2015
I used the pen again and it still works like a charm. I keep it stored flat like it says and away from excessive heat/cold. I used it on a glass container I bought at your local "mart", let it dry 24 hrs and then baked it as per instructions. Once it was cooled, I washed it in the sink and then placed it in the dishwasher for a full cycle as I have done when I use it on ceramics. The results were the same. It did not wash off and I could not scrape it off with my nails. The great thing is I can put a picture or words on one side of the glass and trace the design with the pen. Really LOVING this pen. Will be ordering more in different colors soon. The one I have is a BULLET TIP which is thick and harder to do small words with. Am going to order a FINE TIP and see how that works.
**Edit** February 24, 2016
Some have been saying their projects have come off. As I was reading through many of the comments I noticed people saying they let it air dry, but they don't mention baking it in the oven. After you make your design you need to let it air dry for 24 hours then BAKE it according to the directions on the pen. It will not stay if you only let it air dry. I have used my plates and cups in the dishwasher and have not had any problems. I hope this helps.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had some kids decorate some ceramic mugs, pens are great for creating outlines and details for the paints. Worked great.Published 1 month ago by Bryce A. Crosby
I find this product very easy to use. It writes like a Sharpie. I followed the instructions given in the reviews and it really worked. Read morePublished 2 months ago by lynnC
I love these pens! Great quality ink, nothing like a sharpie or even the sharpie paint pens. This is THICK paint that has staying power. I love it!Published 3 months ago by ItsYourEverAfter
Works great! As with any new 'tool', play with it before starting your art project. I was doing plates so I practiced my technique on the plate back. Read morePublished 4 months ago by debshops2