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- VITRAIL - Translucent Paints -

- VITRAIL - Translucent Paints -

A selection of intensely luminous colours, with a durable high-gloss opale colours, or a transparent finish. Originally a glass paint, Vitrail can be used in any Mixed Media projects or on a wide variety of surfaces.

Properties:
+ Solvent based
+ Ready to use, and mix well with each other.
+ Either transparent or opaque colours are available.
+ Compatible with all other Pebeo Mixed Media products.

Application:
+ Thoroughly stir the paint prior to application, to obtain a fluid colour. Do not shake.
+ Vitrail colours when combined with Fantasy Moon, Prisme or with Cermaic colours can create magnificent contrasting effects that merge various degrees of texture, intensity, transparency, opacity and opalescence.
+ Use brushes and pipettes to apply the Vitrail colours or simply drip splatter and pour them directly onto your surface. For more accurate results an applicator bottle with or without the Minerva tip.
+ Vitrail can be used over colours and mediums from most Pebeo lines.
+ Wait a minimum of seven days before adding a coat of resin over completely dry colours.
+ Cerne relief can be used to create barriers to outline and contain Vitrail, Ceramic, Prisme and Moon liquid colours.
 

Helpful hints:
+ Clean brushes and pipettes with odourless mineral spirits or white spirit and rinse with warm soapy water.
+ Always make sure that you properly close the lids on all products to keep them from drying out. 

 

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