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Re: Help! Peeling window paint!

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From: Judy Nagel (jdnag_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Oct 19 2001 - 06:32:32 PDT


FYI Gallery Glass Paint can be found on pages 9 and 53 in the Sax catalog. The Redi Lead is new this year. Hope this helps. Judy
jnagel@saxarts.com
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  From: BigStickStudios@aol.com
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  Subject: Re: Help! Peeling window paint!

  In a message dated 10/18/2001 6:07:20 AM Mountain Daylight Time, Rdunkelart@aol.com writes:

    I just saw a presentation on collograph printing with a sheet of plexiglass
    and watercolor. . Gum
    arabic was used to make the watercolor stick to the plex. Might work on
    glass.
    Good luck to you - I don't do windows. LOL Roberta

  I have found that what my wife uses works best for glass when it comes to paint (One-Shot enamel not included) Look in a craft store for Gallery Glass......this stuff is unreal. My wife uses it on the windows, glassware, plates.....everything. When you want it to come off, simply heat with a blow dryer and it peels right away :)

  John De Bord
  "Illustrator At Large"
  http://gallery.passion4art.com/members/johndebord/index.html
  Illustrations by John De Bord

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