- Dimensiones del producto: 14,5 x 13,7 x 1,6 cm
- Número de modelo del producto: 020010
- ASIN: B004V8LACY
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 13 de agosto de 2013
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº129.338 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)
Pebeo Porcelaine 150 - Rotuladores para porcelana (punta redonda, 9 unidades)
- Conjunto de 9 Vitrea 160 marcadores con punta de bala de acabado brillante para su uso en el vidrio
- La pintura está seca al tacto en unos pocos minutos , y completamente seco después de un mínimo de 24 horas
- La porcelana 150 pintura puede ser aplicada en la porcelana , china, loza , terracota , metal, acero laminado , cobre y vidrio.
- Los colores tienen una notable resistencia al lavavajillas y detergentes normales después de la cocción
- Use agua y jabón para limpiar las superficies de trabajo .
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Set of 9 porcelain 150 glossy finish bullet tip markers for use on glass, china, porcelain, tile, metal, ceramic, and more;The paint is tack free in a few minutes and fully dry after a minimum of 24 hours.;The porcelaine 150 paint can be applied on porcelain, china, glazed earthenware, terracotta, metal, enamelled sheet steel, copper and glass.;Use soapy water to clean work surfaces.;The colors have remarkable resistance to dishwashing and to normal detergents after baking.
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***Edit*** January 29, 2015
I used the pen again and it still works like a charm. I keep it stored flat like it says and away from excessive heat/cold. I used it on a glass container I bought at your local "mart", let it dry 24 hrs and then baked it as per instructions. Once it was cooled, I washed it in the sink and then placed it in the dishwasher for a full cycle as I have done when I use it on ceramics. The results were the same. It did not wash off and I could not scrape it off with my nails. The great thing is I can put a picture or words on one side of the glass and trace the design with the pen. Really LOVING this pen. Will be ordering more in different colors soon. The one I have is a BULLET TIP which is thick and harder to do small words with. Am going to order a FINE TIP and see how that works.
**Edit** February 24, 2016
Some have been saying their projects have come off. As I was reading through many of the comments I noticed people saying they let it air dry, but they don't mention baking it in the oven. After you make your design you need to let it air dry for 24 hours then BAKE it according to the directions on the pen. It will not stay if you only let it air dry. I have used my plates and cups in the dishwasher and have not had any problems. I hope this helps.
As for the images I have posted: the first is with Pebeo pens, the second is Liquitex black and Pebeo color, and the last is Liquitex just to give you an idea of what you can do.
The line created by the bullet tip is approx. 3-5mm thick (depends on how hard you press). The Fine tipped pens are a much finer line about 1-2mm thick.
Be sure to allow the product to dry for a full three days before baking for the best hold, then place in a cold oven and allow it to heat up slowly as the oven preheats (as per instructions). Also, pretreat surface with rubbing alcohol and allow to dry fully before painting.
As far as the actual painting, you have to pump the pen a few times in order to get the paint flowing. You will need to repeat this every few strokes, so if you don't want pooled paint on your object, be sure to have a folded piece of scratch paper handy.
My pieces have been around for a while now. All of them have been through the dish washer and the microwave so often that i lost count and they look perfect - no chips, fade, or cracks. And i have had no microwave fires either (someone gave me a nail polish mug and didn't tell me thus when i nuked the mug my fire alarms went off and i had to replace the glass plate- growl)
Now, you have to build up some of the colors because some of them are a bit translucent at first brush. Take your time though. If you glob on the color, your results are going to be disappointing when you bake it. Be patient. And let it dry between coats. It dries fast so the wait won't be long (5 mins at least.) If you make a mistake (small) just let it dry and take a cotton bud with some rubbing alcohol and dab at it until its gone. If you make a larger mess (or just hate your design) just wash it off with water and soap. This is a bonus if your picky like I am.
You have to have an OVEN - this will not work in a 'toaster oven' or microwave. AND you have to wait at least 24 hrs for thicker paint designs. But it is soooo worth the wait. You are going to love your results for a very, very long time. I know i do. ( i have added some pics of my fav projects)