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Re: Painting on Glasswizzle

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Wizzlewolf_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Wed Sep 11 2002 - 13:21:41 PDT


In a message dated 9/11/02 10:12:09 AM US Eastern Standard Time,
mckeanjim@hotmail.com writes:

> wizzle, on the truck is that acrylic or tempra?

Tempera with Dawn mixed in. However, here is the CAVEAT. I did this with the
kids on the last day of school and then I left it on all summer long. It took
me TWELVE hours to clean it off. That included about an hour and ten drives
through an automated car wash and then eleven hours of hand scrubbing. The
reason it was so hard to get off is because the Florida sun had baked it in.
I didn't care about the finish of the truck, so don't do this if you have a
NICE car or truck.
Painting on windows (glass) is much easier to clean and won't hurt the glass
at all.
wizzle

Sheree Rensel
BFA, MFA, NBCT
<A HREF="http://www.wizzlewolf.com/rensel.html">Sheree Rensel - Artist</A>
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