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Which paint should i use in order to paint glass vases?????? Answered

Dear friends i have to paint a big quantity of glass vases.
It would be more than helpful for me to know which type of paint i should use!!!
Thank u for your time!!!

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jimmy-man

8 years ago

Thanks everybody for your answers.
You all helped me a lot!!!!

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orksecurity

8 years ago

Note too that there are transparent/translucentpaints for glass -- including some which crystalize attractively as they dry -- sold for mock-"stained glass" work. Depending on the effect you're trying to achieve these might be useful. A good crafts store should either have them in stock or be able to get them for you, or of course you can websearch.

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jeff-o

8 years ago

Check out the "Enamels" line of paints made by FolkArt. This paint is designed for use of glass and ceramic, and when dried is water-safe. It's even dishwasher-safe!

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Re-design

8 years ago

You can use regular artist's paints.  Either oil (very slow drying) or my fav. acrylic.  Fast drying and reasonably permanent.  I have a friend in Mexico City that drinks cheap wine in odd shaped bottles so he can paint scenes of Mexico on the sides.