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Now it's easy to paint on ceramic, porcelain, glass, and metal with these smooth-flowing markers from Pebeo. The medium-sized round tips on Porcelaine 150 Paint Markers are perfect for writing, drawing, outlining, and highlighting, and they can be used in conjunction with Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paints.
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Markers work like other spring-loaded, fiber-tip paint markers. Simply press down on the tip firmly, and "hold" until the paint begins to flow (pump gently to speed up the process). After use, replace the marker cap securely to prevent marker dryout. When you're done painting, allow the painted surface to dry, and then bake the piece for 30 minutes at 300°F (150°C) in a conventional household oven.
Since many vitreous and ceramic materials cannot withstand sudden changes in temperature, Pebeo recommends placing your painted piece in a room-temperature oven and allowing it to warm up as the oven warms up. After the piece has baked for 30 minutes at maximum temperature, turn the oven off and allow the piece to gradually cool to room temperature.
Avoid the use of strong, abrasive cleaners such as steel scouring pads and sharp cutting implements such as stainless steel knives, which may leave scratches on the surface and make it more difficult to clean.
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Marker colors are transparent. Opaque and semi-transparent colors are available in the Pebeo Porcelaine 150 color line.
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Markers contain no toxic ingredients, and conform to ASTM D-4236. Once dried and heat-set, the durable,high-gloss finish is permanent and dishwasher-safe. These markers are not recommended for use on surfaces that come in contact with food.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
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Vibrant and easy to use!
By Jen Sekella
from Elmira, NY
Comments about Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint Markers:
I used these on a white porcelain mug and sometimes on glass, they are wonderful on porcelain- the color really stands out, it's actually a little raised when dry, and the lines are crisply defined. On glass, they end up looking faded, but, at least they're solid after they've been baked. They won't peel or chip off - I love these markers.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By C Grant
Here's my first attempt, using a fineline pen. With practice, the lines will be smoother and I won't have to go over anything twice. I am absolutely delighted.Found out that the tip does clog. It can easily be pulled out and cleaned under running water and maybe using a needle in the various grooves. You can also blow through the center hole to be sure everything's out. I haven't seen a wire fine enough to go into the hole but I would expect some of the technical pen companies (Rapidograph) would sell such a wire.
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from New Hampshire
I make Christmas ornaments (mostly pets) and people are always asking for names on them. Up until now this has been really difficult. These markers are great for small details ie. eyes and to write names. I bought the black and liked it so much I went and bought several other primary colors. It has made my life easier and my customers very happy.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Paints have changed
from Las Vegas
I would not bother buying these pants anymore.. I have used them since day one of them being on the market and they keep changing them and messing with them.. The paint comes right off after they are baked... they are too watery and the fat tip pens wear down after 5 minutes of use and are worthless.. I wish they wouldn't fix what is not broken..
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry to hear about the issues you've had with these paint markers, and we'd like to troubleshoot this with you. We hope you'll give us a call at 1-800-933-2542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Product Specialists are available weekdays from 8am to 5:30pm CST, and they're happy to assist you!
By cj artist
from Goodyear AZ
I bought ceramic "Palate like" plates for gifts for my artist friends, and wanted to put their names and decorations on them. The pens worked great.
Does its job
from Pittsburgh, pa
I do stained glass sun catchers and this worked great to add some details to them. The wax that I use to polish them has taken all the details that I tried to add with permanent markers, but it does not remove the details I added with this glass marker. I am so happy.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Porcelain marker orange
tip fell out on second try
Merchant response: We apologize for the issue you had with this marker, and we'll be happy to take care of this for you. Please look for an email from a member of our Customer Care Team who will be following up to assist you.
Great product for tiles
from Oakfield, WI
6 years ago, I used these pens to make trivets for a multi-class reunion. I also used porcelain paints and then used the pens for writing. But I think I prefer just the pens. I think the colors look more like water colors and I was able to move the ink around with a brush to blend before it dried. Also, it's so much easier and faster to just used the pens. Just wash the tiles with soap and water, draw your imagine, let dry for 24 hours and then put in the oven at 300 degrees for 35 minutes. How much easier can it get. I glued a thin cork on the back after they cooled. Easy to make and a low cost gift for each classmate. I have enclosed a picture showing the 6x6 tiles. Lower left is the paints and the lower right is the pens. The large top tile, 8x8, has a rough gloss finish and the 6x6 tiles have a smooth gloss finish. I use them for sitting hot dishes on and also for sitting my curling iron on.
Great company to deal with!
from New Jersey
Great pen for writing on porcelain!
Can I use to write something in the bottom of a tea cup?
from Auckland, New Zealand
The pens work great but can I use them inside a cup that I drink tea from?
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Markers were developed to complement the Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paints. These markers are waterbased and non-toxic but are permanent when baked in a home oven. Apply them to plates, mugs, tiles, china, terra cotta, glass metal and are perfect for kids or anyone not as comfortable using a paint brush. See the details of how they work in this video.
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