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Re: Painting on windows

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Rick (rlarson)
Sat, 28 Aug 1999 12:30:56 -0500


Hi, I haven't used them on windows, but have used them only when I'm desperate.
If the brushes aren't really, really washed afterward, there wrecked. Also, the
SMELL.. UGH!
I'm elementary level, so maybe they're better in the upper grades. betsy
gregjuli wrote:

> Has anyone used the Jazz paints on windows? I know you can buy a window
> preping substance for these paints. Just wondering what results anyone had if
> they used these paints.
> MaryB
>
> menichino wrote:
>
> > Hi --
> > I used some washable Crayola tempera paint (which I don't like for regular
> > painting) and that stayed nicely up on the windows. Except the black
> > looked rather blue-ish
> > Liz in rural NY
> > ----------
> >
> > > I have painted windows successfully without adding detergent. I have
> > also
> > > used powdered detergent, just to add "body" to the paint.
> > >
> > > A friend of mine with a problem similar to yours solved it by covering
> > the
> > > window with paper. In the center he cut a hole at eye level, just large
> > > enough for a face. Inside, he painted a monster with horns so that the
> > room
> > > occupants got a laugh at anyone who chose to peek in.
> > >
> > > Janealla