KREUL Glass & Porcelain Chalky Set of 6

Soft tones, chalky paints.

The matt KREUL Glass & Porcelain Chalky give glasses, cups and tiles a smooth surface in a chalky look. Creatives design a hyggelig beautiful home – ton in tone combined with the Noble Nougat, Mild Mocca or White Cotton. The KREUL Glass & Porcelain Chalky, Classic and Clear are paints for coloring and designing heat-resistant glass, porcelain, ceramic containers as well as terracotta and metal. They are burnt in at 160 °C and are then waterproof, dishwasher-safe and saliva resistant. As the oldest German artist’s paint factory, we rely on experience and want to create sustainable conditions for the future. This is why the KREUL Glass & Porcelain Chalky, Classic and Clear consist of at least 60% of sustainable raw materials of natural origin.

Characteristic

  • Soft matt glass and porcelain chalk paint
  • Creamy cover, with a smooth surface
  • Fast drying, lightfast
  • Water-based
  • After curing the painting is waterproof, dishwasher safe and saliva-resistant
  • Colors made from at least 60% sustainable raw materials from a natural source
  • For painting heat-resistant materials such as porcelain, glass, ceramics, terracotta and metal; Adhesive also on non-heat-resistant materials such as acrylic glass, mirrors and many plastic surfaces
  • Only paint surfaces that do not come into contact with food
  • After a drying time of 4 hours, cure at 160°C in the non-preheated kitchen oven for 90 minutes
  • Apply paint with a soft hair brush, e.g. KREUL Red Sable imit. (No. 7202..) or with Pony Hair Synthetics (No. 7229..)

Contents

6 x 20 ml jars each (White Cotton, Candy Rose, Navy Blue, Rosemary Green, Noble Nougat, Volcanic Gray), 1 Brush

Surfaces

  • For painting heat-resistant materials such as porcelain, glass, ceramics, terracotta and metal; Adhesive also on non-heat-resistant materials such as acrylic glass, mirrors and many plastic surfaces

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