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Painting on Float Glass

Painting on sandblasted  Glass If I do glass painting on frosted or sandblasted glass, will there still be a tin residue that I need to avoid? Thanks! Laurinda Milly's reply: Thanks for your question Laurinda. The good news is that the answer is 'no', the sandblasting removes the all-but-invisible coating…
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Painting Questions

What type of Paint should I use? I plan to do a landscape of painted stained glass and want to paint trees and limbs on it. What kind of paint should I use and does it have to be fired or is there a paint that will last without being…
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Quick Firing For Paint

Firing Paint Quickly in a Kiln Zebra Glass Painting Designs I know that I have fired painted glass ramping up from room temp to 1250F/676C degrees in 35 min. I would then turn off the kiln and let it cool down naturally and start venting at 500F/260C degrees. Using this process…
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Stained Glass Paint Queries

Stained Glass Painting Answers Kiln Firing Program For Stained Glass Green Man Painting I just bought a new glass kiln. All of the pre-programmed firing schedules are for fused or slumped glass and seem very slow. What is a good kiln firing schedule for standard matte (Reusche) painting. I want to…
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