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Bright colors and elegant transparency make Marabu Glas the perfect glass paint for your next project.
Better yet, Glas creates dishwasher-safe designs on glass without firing. Simply paint, then let dry for three days — and you're done! Or, to speed things up, bake items in your oven for 30 minutes.
On areas large and small, Marabu Glas makes glass surfaces shine. Use the paint for creations on drinking glasses, vases, windows, and glass plates as well as on mirrors, ceramics, porcelain, and acrylic plastics.
Colors dry to a transparent, high-gloss finish. (Black and White are opaque.) Glas has excellent flow properties for even application, and the colors mix easily so you can create your own custom shades.
Set a colorful table with Marabu Glas Glass Paints. The waterbased, lightfast, odorless paints are made in Germany.
This set includes 15 ml bottles of Cherry, Dark Ultramarine, Light Green, and Sunshine Yellow, a 20 ml tube of Black Relief Paste, a paintbrush, and instructions.
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I enjoy using this product
from Northern CA
I've just begun glass painting and am enjoying using this product. It's easy to use and great for pouring techniques as well as direct painting. I started with just a few colors but plan to get many more. I recommend it and the price is great too.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Too watery bubbly thin
By Random Artist
I normally paint in oil, with very thin glazes. This paint was too thin for me. If you want to do at least five layers with ten minutes drying time each, you might be able to tell which color you are using, and that is you can keep the bubbles out. You may also want to get the relief gel so you can color in the lines, stain glass style. No help from the website either.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Thank you for your review. It's true that these paints have an almost inky viscosity, and work best when they're allowed to flow from a soft, generously saturated brush. If you continue to have less than satisfactory results, we hope you'll feel welcome to reach out to our Product Information Team. Product Specialists are available weekdays from 8am to 5:30pm CST at 1-800-933-2542 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and they're happy to troubleshoot!
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I will probably return this product.
By suzy daffodil
from Dracut, MA
I had been using the pebeo Vitrail 160 glass paints to transform dish ware to use in making recycled glass flowers. Only downside was requires solvent clean-up.I was excited to see the NEWLY offered Marabu Glas paints which allow for WATER clean-up. And the colors looked nice as well. I ordered several and tried out two this morning. The product is described as having 'excellent flow properties'-----I'll say it does, to the point of being unable to spread it evenly without leaving bubbles and brushstrokes.Unless I learn some trick (I have e-mailed the Marabu company) for making the plant slightly more viscous, I would probably return the paints, although the shipping costs would be more than I spent on the six paints I received........sigh......
Merchant response: Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with these colors. It sounds like you might prefer Marabu's Porcelain line, which does have a higher viscosity that would be similar to the paints you're accustomed to using. One of our Customer Care Agents has sent you an email offering further assistance.
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