Pebeo Porcelaine Chalkboard Paint

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Pebeo Porcelaine Chalkboard Paint is perfect for creating a blackboard look on mugs, plates, glasses, vases, and decorative items. Dishwasher safe after baking!

Plastic bottle contains 45ml of non-toxic, water-based paint.

For some simple directions and usage tips, see the "How To Use" tab.


*Note: Be sure to stir the paint very well before use. If not properly mixed, the paint may dry with a shiny, glossy look instead of the flat matte finish.
HOW TO USE
*Make sure the item to be painted is a smooth, non-porous surface (such as porcelain, glass, or glazed ceramics) and can withstand hot temperatures (if planning to bake the paint on to make it dishwasher safe).

*Wash the surface with soap and water, and then use rubbing alcohol to fully degrease it. Let completely dry.

*Be sure to stir the paint very well before use. If not properly mixed, the paint may dry with a shiny, glossy look instead of the flat matte finish.

*If you want your chalkboard area to be a shape such as a rectangle with crisp edge lines, use painters/masking tape around the shaped area you want to paint. Caution: Although these paints are water-based and non-toxic, they have not been specifically tested for being "food-safe." It is recommended that you do not paint parts of dishes that will come in direct contact with food or your mouth.

*For best results, use a soft hair paintbrush. If doing a broad area, try a brush with a wide shape such as a fan. Make smooth strokes parallel to each other to create even coverage.

*If tape is used around the edges, remove while the paint is still wet. If any has leaked underneath, it can be removed with rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip or other small tool.

*Let the painted item air dry for 24 hours. Then place in a cool oven, heat up to 300 degrees F and bake for 35-45 minutes. Let the item cool down in the oven. For objects that will only be used for decoration, air drying should be enough to permanently set the paint.

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*Make sure the item to be painted is a smooth, non-porous surface (such as porcelain, glass, or glazed ceramics) and can withstand hot temperatures (if planning to bake the paint on to make it dishwasher safe).

*Wash the surface with soap and water, and then use rubbing alcohol to fully degrease it. Let completely dry.

*Be sure to stir the paint very well before use. If not properly mixed, the paint may dry with a shiny, glossy look instead of the flat matte finish.

*If you want your chalkboard area to be a shape such as a rectangle with crisp edge lines, use painters/masking tape around the shaped area you want to paint. Caution: Although these paints are water-based and non-toxic, they have not been specifically tested for being "food-safe." It is recommended that you do not paint parts of dishes that will come in direct contact with food or your mouth.

*For best results, use a soft hair paintbrush. If doing a broad area, try a brush with a wide shape such as a fan. Make smooth strokes parallel to each other to create even coverage.

*If tape is used around the edges, remove while the paint is still wet. If any has leaked underneath, it can be removed with rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip or other small tool.

*Let the painted item air dry for 24 hours. Then place in a cool oven, heat up to 300 degrees F and bake for 35-45 minutes. Let the item cool down in the oven. For objects that will only be used for decoration, air drying should be enough to permanently set the paint.

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