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Martha Stewart Glass

An amazing new glass paint line, intricately detailed adhesive silkscreen designs and whimsical paintable clings are but a few highlights of the Martha Stewart Crafts ® Glass Paint Program. Painted glassware for gifts, décor and entertaining has never been easier!

Specially formulated, high performance premium paints are permanent (bake or airdry), dishwasher safe, indoor/outdoor/UV and weather resistant. Tack free. Excellent lighfastness. Formulated for extra adhesion on glass and non-porous surfaces. All glass paint bottles have built in fine tip top and see through cap. Paint is to be dispersed though cap, however all paints can be used with paint brushes, pouncers, daubers, rollers, silkscreens, stencils and paintable clings to create different effects and textures.
Glass Paint Curing Instructions
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Paint is permanent after air drying for 21 days or can be baked to expedite permanence.

Bake-to-Cure Method: Make sure the paint is dry to the touch before baking. Remember also to put the project into a cool oven before turning on the heat. This will allow the paint to increase in temperature gradually. If there is some moisture still in the paint film, the rising temperature will drive out the moisture before curing starts. If there is moisture in the film and the project is placed into a pre-heated oven, the temperature of the paint film will rise quickly and start curing too soon, which can trap moisture and cause the paint to bubble as moisture tries to escape.

Please note: Fine Glitter Glass Paint, Glitter Craft Paint and Coarse Glitter Craft Paint cannot be baked and must air dry for 21 days for permanence.
 
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Yes, etching cream works beautifully with both adhesive silkscreens and adhesive stencils. Rub screens to secure design tightly to surface. Taping off areas not intended to be etched is a good idea when using silkscreens or stencils to prevent etching cream from spreading.
 
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It’s best to use Liquid Fill paint on the outside of a glass vessel. Do not use our fill paint on the insides of glass bottles and ornaments. This particular formula of paint will not dry well in such an enclosed environment. You can use the fill paint straight from the bottle by dipping, dripping, or pouring it onto your surface, and give you an even and smooth result. Once fully dry, you can proceed to silkscreen or stencil on the already painted surface.
 
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Our curved, tapered edge silicone squeegee is best for working on surfaces that are curved, such as vases and stemware. It will help you carefully pull your paint around round curves. Our rectangular, silicone, flat -edged squeegee is best for working on larger, flat glass and ceramic surfaces. The handled squeegees are best to use for smaller, intricate areas—both flat and curved.
 
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