Need info for painting on glass

Need info for painting on glass

Post by u.. » Tue, 04 Jun 1996 04:00:00



I don't know if I'm in the right newsgroup or not but here goes --

My cousin is looking for a type of paint she can use to paint
on  a store front window that will be semi-permanent. She said
egg paint is not permanent enough.  Is there something else
available?

Thanks in advance. Lori

 
 
 

Need info for painting on glass

Post by Sam Gaylo » Tue, 04 Jun 1996 04:00:00


: I don't know if I'm in the right newsgroup or not but here goes --

: My cousin is looking for a type of paint she can use to paint
: on  a store front window that will be semi-permanent. She said
: egg paint is not permanent enough.  Is there something else
: available?

: Thanks in advance. Lori

This is just an educated guess, as I'm not an expert, but I'd try normal
***paints.  They will be permanent, but when the time comes, they should
be easily scraped off of plate glass with a razorblade scraper.  You should
also be able to get almost any color you want.

samg


Hewlett Packard/Colorado Springs

 
 
 

Need info for painting on glass

Post by M. Sava » Wed, 05 Jun 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

> I don't know if I'm in the right newsgroup or not but here goes --

> My cousin is looking for a type of paint she can use to paint
> on  a store front window that will be semi-permanent. She said
> egg paint is not permanent enough.  Is there something else
> available?

> Thanks in advance. Lori

Well, DEKA makes paint that sticks on glass, once dry you'd have to scrape
it off with a razor then rub it down with denatured ***.  I don't know
much she needs, I do know it comes in 1 oz containers, but it might come in
something larger.

---Mike Savad

 
 
 

Need info for painting on glass

Post by Bill & Bet » Sat, 08 Jun 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>I don't know if I'm in the right newsgroup or not but here goes --
>My cousin is looking for a type of paint she can use to paint
>on  a store front window that will be semi-permanent. She said
>egg paint is not permanent enough.  Is there something else
>available?
>Thanks in advance. Lori

Have you tried ZIM ink made by Zimprints. it can be removed with their
cleaner but I couldn't scratch it off.   Will look for the info if you
are interested..

Betsy

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