Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter is a high-gloss porcelain & glass paint marker. Ideal for painting porcelain, ceramic and also glass. In addition, pump system with highly pigmented ink! Dishwashersafe after firing.
- Water-based, odourless, light-fast
- Pump system with highly pigmented ink
- Dishwasher-safe after curing (max. 50°C)
- 4 hours drying, curing with 160°C/30min!
- Different paint tips: Multi-purpose tip 0,8 mm, Multi-purpose tip 1-2 mm, Multi-purpose tip 2-4 mm and calligraphy tip 1-2,5 mm
- Suitable for porcelain, glass, metal, mirrors, ceramic, terracotta and stone
The Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter range offers colours with a system. Basic and trend colours can always be combined with the corresponding metallic and glitter colours. Whether tasteful tone-on-tone creations or extravagant colour combinations – everything is possible with the broad range of Marabu colours. The Painters can be used for many different painting techniques.
Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painters are available in 4 different tip shapes/sizes: From large-area painting with the Multi-purpose tip 2-4 mm, delicate painting with the Multi-purpose tip 0,8 mm to effective writing with the calligraphy tip 1-2,5 mm. The multi-purpose tip with a width of 1-2 mm is a practical all-round tool for writing and painting.
Leave to dry for 4 hours, then fire in the oven for 30 minutes at 160 °C (do not preheat). Leave to cool down in the oven. Painted tableware should be washed at max. 50 °C on a glasses/cups cycle.
Pumping/activating Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter
The ink is highly viscous and contains a lot of pigment. It therefore requires some time until it appears at the tip, so please proceed with patience and care when pumping. Otherwise the paint might spurt from the side of the shaft if the marker was pumped too much. If this happens, wipe the marker or clean it with water: Remove the tip and rinse, dry completely and replace into the shaft, then carefully continue pumping.
If you are in a hurry, the drying time can be reduced. To do this, let the object dry for approx. 4 hours, place it in a cold oven and set the temperature to 100 °C. When the temperature of 100 °C has been reached, heat the painted object at this temperature for 30 minutes and then let it cool down in the closed oven.
Omitting cutting areas and drinking edges
Cutting areas of plates and drinking edges of mugs and glasses should not be painted as cutlery could damage the designs.
Effective writing with the calligraphy pen
Always keep the calligraphy tip in the same position while writing to obtain more effective lettering.
Closing the caps
Close the cap of the Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter with a “click” after use.
Outlines painted with the Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter should be left to dry briefly before filling in.
Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter
Please follow these guidelines to enjoy your markers for as long as possible: 1. Never leave the markers open for too long, not even during painting, as this can dry out the tip! 2. Remove any excess paint, always clean the markers and reclose the cap tightly! 3. Always store the markers horizontally.
Dishes for everyday use
Glass and porcelain objects have to be cleaned thoroughly before painting. For especially effective cleaning, scrub the object with an abrasive detergent and a sponge and then wipe with Marabu Cleaner or with white spirit to ensure it is free from dust and grease. Before painting, rinse off all detergent residue with plenty of clean water.
When using Porcelain for KIDS, Marabu Glass & Porcelaine Painter with children please note: Do not touch the cleaned painting surface with your hands. Fingerprints can prevent the paint from adhering properly.
Valve system/pump system: Pumping markers
To activate the valve system, shake the marker with the cap in place (the mixing balls have to be clearly audible). Then remove the cap and push down the tip down on a neutral surface a few times until the ink becomes visible. Please note: 1. The thin 0.8 mm tip only has to be pumped twice. 2. Metallic and glitter colours have to be shaken longer as the pigments are heavier. 3. Proceed slowly when pumping the Marabu Painters as too much pumping can lead to excessive discharge of ink.
Dried or dirty paint tips
Simply remove dried or dirty pain tips from Deco Painter, Porcelain Painter, Glas Painter, Textil Painter plus or Textil Glitter Painter from the marker and clean them with water. Soak in warm water for a while if necessary.
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