Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint

Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint


[UPBEAT MUSIC] Porcelaine 150
paints were developed to mimic the look of
true glazed ceramics without the expense
and difficulty of working with a kiln and
kiln-fired ceramic paints. Instead, Porcelaine
150 offers the ability to bake your piece in a
standard kitchen oven at 300 degrees for a half an hour. Then the piece is
permanent, microwave safe, dishwasher safe, and
solvent-resistant. Let’s take a look at the
colors available in the range of Porcelaine 150 paints. Here you will see
that we have 45 brilliant and intense colors. Of these 45 colors,
25 are transparent, seven are semi-transparent,
and 13 are opaque, including four metallics– there’s a gold, vermeil,
copper, and pewter color. In addition, there are
10 outliner colors. The outline is
actually the same paint simply in a thicker viscosity. The paint is applied through
the point of the outliner tube. And we will see that later. There are also four
mediums offered in the line of
Porcelaine 150 paints. The mediums include a
gloss and a matte medium, both which allow for a longer
open time if that’s necessary, the gloss medium adding gloss
to the paints, which are already quite glossy on their
own, and the matte medium giving a slightly matte finish. Also the filler
undercoat may act as a primer on surfaces
which may be porous, such as terracotta. And finally, the thinner. If you find that your paints
have tacked up on you, add a little thinner. And you will do fine. We also recommend
that you may use a bit of water, no more
than 10%, added to the color if you would like to
thin out the paint. If you add more than
10% water to your paint, you can lessen the durability
of the color over time on your piece. First thing I’d like to do
is go ahead and give you a step by step example
of how we paint Porcelaine 150 on a surface. What surfaces can we paint on? We can paint on porcelain,
china, tile, terracotta, metal, and even
glass, any surface that can withstand the
heat of 300 degrees Fahrenheit in your oven. I’m going to begin
with a tile here. And the first thing
you always want to do is clean your piece
with a little bit of rubbing alcohol
or glass cleaner to get the fingerprints off. Any fingerprints that
would remain on the piece could in fact lessen
the durability over time of the paint. I’m going to begin
with the paint that I’ve already
poured out on my tile. I often use a tile or a
small plate as my palette. I’m going to use a brush. Not only can you brush
with Porcelaine 150, but you can also sponge. You can stencil. I have an example of a stencil
tile right in front of me. You can also use a stamp. And I will show you a stamp. You can use both a
home deck soft stamp, or you can use a
traditional hard stamp. All of them are going
to work perfectly well with the Porcelaine 150 paints. I’m continuing here painting my
petals with the Porcelaine 150 paint and a simple brush. This brush happens to be a blend
of synthetic and natural hair. So it works very
well with the paints. If I were to
complete my flower, I would come up with
something like this. And then I’d like to show you
the use of the outliner tube. I’m simply going to squeeze very
gently with the outliner tube to allow the paint to drop onto
the surface that I am painting. I’m going to
squeeze very gently. And I’m simply going to
outline several of these petals that you see here,
going to go through rather loosely to give it
a nice, little addition. This simply adds a little
bit of metallic color, as well as some dimensionality. Once this piece is baked,
this dimensionality will remain as you see it here. Can add a few more
dabs and quickly add one more color, just a little
bit of the green paint. And just to let you know, all
of the colors in the range are mixable and blendable
with one another. Once my piece is
complete, then I can choose to place it
in an oven and bake it. First, you need to allow this
to dry for 24 hours, maybe a little bit longer if you
have used the outliner. Sometimes, we recommend up
to 12 hours more because it’s a little bit thicker. Once this has completely
dried, then you will place it directly on the
oven rack in your kitchen oven. Place it directly
on the oven rack. Set your oven to 300
degrees Fahrenheit. Then you’d like to set
the timer for 30 minutes. Once the piece has
baked for 30 minutes, and the timer goes off, you
simply open the oven door. Allow the piece to
cool down gradually. And then remove the piece
when it has cooled so as not to damage your design. Once this piece has been
baked, it is in fact microwave safe, dishwasher safe, safe
for the use of cleaning with solvents. Porcelaine 150 paints
allow us the flexibility to paint on many utilitarian
surfaces in your home, including flatware
or silverware, dishes that you in fact will be using– here is a tea set– decorative plates,
and other items. Here are many examples
of pieces that may be painted with
Porcelaine 150 paints. It’s very fun. It’s simple to do
and very enjoyable. We hope that you enjoy
Porcelaine 150 paints by Pebeo. Thank you. [UPBEAT MUSIC]

39 thoughts on “Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Paint

  1. Hi! I am a polymer clay ooak sculptor. I was wondering if you can use pebeo on polymer clay? The problem is the max time and temp I can use on my pieces is 265 D F for about 30 mins. Please let me know. Thank you!

  2. @GardensOfUtopia
    Yes! you may use Pebeo Porcelaine 150 or Vitrea 160 paints on polymer clay. 30 minutes at 265 degrees F is fine for setting the paint on the clay. Since it won't go into a dishwasher, it will be plenty durable for use on decorative pieces of art. We are aware of quite a few professional polymer artists who are using these paints in this manner.
    Thanks for the inquiry and enjoy!

  3. Hi, great video. I tried to find how to use the paints on terracotta and bisque but cannot find anywhere that will tell me how long to dry the bisque after coating with the filler nor if it needs to be repainted with the colors before baking or if it needs two baking sessions for the filler coat and the colors coat.

  4. @wigglebump It is best to contact the Blick Art Materials product information team at 1-800-933-2542 or email at info @ dickblick . com for the best, detailed information to help you with your project. Thanks

  5. This is really helpful! These paints sounds amazing, i'm just wondering if they will work on plastic too, like plastic used to make eyeglasses. Would you happen to know if those plastics (lens included) could withstand the temperature needed to bake the paints? thank you!

  6. @Mimiu78 Please do not bake plastic in the oven! It is best to contact our Product Information team either by email at [email protected] . com or call 1-800-933-2542. They can assist you with your project by suggesting appropriate materials and applications. Thanks!

  7. @ezpzleminsquEZ The Porcelaine 150 works on all glazed ceramics including stoneware. If you have specific questions as to how to use it, please contact our Product Information experts at: info @ dickblick . com,

  8. My friend and I are litterally in my kitchen doing this, we just took them out of the oven and are letting them cool but i was wondering if these were dishwasher/microwave safe??? the cups are but i'm not sure how the paint works after it's set since this is our first try, Thanks for any help u can give!! 😀

  9. Awesome vid, I was wondering if this paint can be used on glass? (I have a bottle of the black 150 paint and already painted a bunch of mugs and was wondering if I could use this same paint on some wine glasses as a gift…) Thanks!!

  10. Awesome vid, I was wondering if this paint can be used on glass? (I have a bottle of the black 150 paint and already painted a bunch of mugs and was wondering if I could use this same paint on some wine glasses as a gift…) Thanks!!

  11. @ladymistreschristine Yes, if the directions were followed properly for application, the paint is safe on the top rack of the dishwasher. This information should be on the label of the Pebeo Porcelain 150. You can also find more information on the Blick Art Materials web page which is linked in the informaiton fo rthis video.

  12. @ladymistreschristine Yes, these paints can be applied to any heat-stable surface —porcelain, crockery, terra-cotta, metals, ceramics, glass, etc. Fire them in a home oven at 300°F for 30 minutes for a finish that's as permanent as baked enamel.

  13. @menzieto Make sure to contact our Product Information experts who can help will all your technical and application questions. They can be emailed at: info @ dickblick . com. thanks

  14. Hi there, great video. I want to paint on the exterior of my cars door glass. Will the glass withstand the 300°F for 30 minutes without breaking?

  15. It is best to contact our Product Information experts at: info @ dickblick. com – or call 1-800-933-2546.

  16. Hello there, I wanted to paint on a mug but i'm not sure which type of paint I should use. Am I supposed to use the Porcelain paint or others?

  17. Yes – the porcelain paint would be the right choice for you. Make sure not to paint around the rim of the mug or the inside – it is best to use the paint on the areas where you or drinks will not be in direct contact.

  18. hi, once i paint on the mugs how long do i have to wait before putting the porcelain mug in the oven?? it's funny on some labels it tells you to bake it and on other labels it simply says it's dishwasher safe after 72hrs???????

  19. Hi, I have recently purchased these paints and am slightly nervous about putting a glass bottle in the oven. I have a regular wine bottle to paint on but am unsure whether it is safe or not to put in the oven. Is there any way on knowing what kind of glass is okay to use? And am I okay to put this bottle in the microwave?

  20. Hi – for product questions and assistance with projects, please contact Blick's Product Information team by emailing them at: info @ dickblick . com. They can answer all your questions.
    Thanks

  21. I absolutely LOVE this product! I used the 150 in the plastic jars–Porcelaine 150. I had ordered a hand painted tile mural that went wrong with the artist. The colors were not what I had expected. Anyway, I found this product and went over some of the colors to get closer to what I had wanted. Mainly, I wanted to get rid of the browns. NOT an easy color to "go over". I baked the repainted tiles in my oven, held my breath and was so thrilled with the results. "Color Me Mine" also allowed me to use their paints and kiln, but the paint did not hold. The 150 did!! Wow!! Was I thrilled!!

  22. Do these paints emit any toxic or dangerous fumes when they are being used or when the decorated piece is placed in the oven, please?

  23. I am looking for a paint that can be used to repaint porcelain dolls after the factory paint has been removed.  Can this paint be used on unglazed porcelain?  Does it work well with a dry brush technique?  Does the paint hold up well to multiple firings to enable layering of paint? 

  24. Hello,  I'm trying to figure out how well they would hold up on tiles in a shower.  Would the constant moisture be an issue?  Thanks!

  25. Hi, I just bought these porcelain paints but screwed up a piece badly. I have applied the paint so thinck i cannot seem to get it off with alcohol. A friend told me to fire it again in the kiln for all paint to burn off. Is this really possible? Please let me know, I woudl tremendously appreciate since I care a lot for this piece. What cone or temperature shoudl I fire the piece to for all paint to burn off without even leaving any residue inside the pitts and holes making up the design of the piece? Thanks again – Ashley Theobald

  26. Hi , if i make something in a mug using 150, and bake it. Can I use the marker to make small details on the baked drawing, and bake it again?

  27. Hi…..i have one question and i need advice…..i used to painting mugs,but always when i try to do that,after painting stay traces.What i was do wrong?

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