Pebeo Porcelaine 150 China Paint Bullet Tip Marker, White
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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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Top Customer Reviews
You have to shake it up and then get the ink flowing by pushing down a few times. when you are done or go to use the pen again there may be some build up that you should remove with a paper towel or something.
another nice thing. If you write or draw something and don't like it, you can wash it off with water as long as you do not let it dry too long. Make sure to let it dry 24 hrs before baking to set the color. You end up with a raised finished product and looks like porcelaine. It ends up being Dishwasher Safe which was my main reason for purchase.
One other thing...start with a clean dry surface. Any oil or dirt could alter your result.
I repaired the chip almost a year ago now, and I have to look really hard to find it, so it is a durable product and is holding up amazingly well to the occasional water splashes and daily wipe-downs. This product truly is amazing!
It works as promised and so far none of the writing has come off in our dishwasher- the cup gets used/washed about 2x a week. Great craft project we did on a date. I think the kids would find it fun to!
I was worried about 'how much paint' was in it, but I decorated 8 saucers, two teapots, eight small tumbler glasses and a mug. The pen is still going strong!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been using this to color in my chipped off-white floor tile in my kitchen. So nice not to have the dark marks anymore. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Noni
I used this on some brown glass jars (for vitamins) and they worked pretty well. Use a scrap piece of something to get the ink flowing by pumping the tip, then you can write on... Read morePublished 19 months ago by C. Mielke
I love these pens, but the felt tip wears out quickly, and sometimes too much ink comes out at once, so I have to wipe it off on a cloth and it wastes some of the ink. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kelsie
2 out of the 3 worked. the 2 that worked worked beautifully on Ikea cups for a great conference gift.Published 19 months ago by South Dakota
This item performs very well. I used it not only on porcelain to make some touch ups, but on an iron Dutch oven, and I am extremely pleased with it! I highly recommend it.Published 20 months ago by Eric
I found it very usefull to decorate and mark mugs and glasses, really nice and fun.Published 21 months ago by Alice