What Type of Glass Paint Should I Use?

This is a hobby suitable for all age groups. There are many types and here we will give you a basic guide to choose which is the most suitable for your project.

Peelable glass paint:

Ideal for children but also suitable for adults, this is probably the simplest and easiest to use, and being water-based it is perfectly safe. It is more suitable for making window decorations. Apply directly from the tube onto a piece of plastic. Use eyeliners to create a lead effect. 

When dry, remove the plastic work surface and the image will simply stick to any smooth surface, for example, glass, tiles, etc. It can be removed and reapplied at a later date, simply put it back in a piece of plastic and store it in a dark place. This makes it ideal for temporary Christmas window decorations. You can get the best Glassline Metallic Copper Fusing Paint via online.

General glass painting:

This paint is for use on items that won't be washed or handled a lot. Items such as vases, sun-catching hanging decorations, mirrors, and other brands of internal glass are ideal for use with general glass paintings. This type of paint comes in 2 forms, water-based or alcohol-based. Water-based is probably a bit easier to use, but alcohol-based paint gives much more vibrant colors.

 As with peel paint, use eyeliners (Cerne relief) to create leaded effects. Eyeliners come in tubes and are applied straight from the tube, paint is applied by brush. Anitas Aquaglass and Pebeo Vitrail are two brands of this type of glass paint.