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GLASS AND CERAMIC

PAINT PRODUCTS
 

Americana Decor Specialty Products and Brushes

Glass and Ceramic Specialty Products

DecoArt offers two different types of paint markers perfect for adding personalization to everything from coffee mugs to car windows.

DecoArt Glass Paint Marker

DecoArt® Glass Paint Marker™

Vibrant DecoArt Glass Paint Marker is the perfect tool for adding personalization, outlining, or drawing fine lines. Available in an array of colors that dry to a glossy, translucent finish.

DecoArt Team Spirit Writer

DecoArt® Team Spirit Writer™

No-mess DecoArt Team Spirit Writer features dauber applicators that make it easy to create indoor/outdoor artwork on windows, signs, banners, poster board, and more. Available in an array of colors that drys to a rain-resistent finish that won't crack or peel.

Learn about the our brush and dauber sets, designed for applying Gloss Enamels and other glass paints on your glass and glazed ceramic project surfaces.

Basic Glass Brush Set

Basic Glass Brush Set

Get smoother coverage with this starter set of soft hair brushes that are specifically designed to allow more paint to be applied. Ideal for applying thick or thin strokes to glass and glazed ceramics. Set includes #1 round, 10/0 liner, and 3/8" flat brushes.

Specialty Glass Brush Set

Specialty Glass Brush Set

Get smoother coverage with this more advanced set of soft hair brushes that are specifically designed to allow more paint to be applied. Ideal for applying thick or thin strokes to glass and glazed ceramics. Set includes 1/4" rake, #3 round, and 1/8" flat brushes.

Glass Dauber Set

Glass Dauber Set

Achieve greater application control when stenciling small areas with these daubers, ideal for use with Gloss Enamels and Glass Stencils. Set includes two 1/3" daubers and one 1/2" dauber.

Tips for Glass and Ceramic Paint Tools

Try not to apply too much pressure with the tip of the brush. Pushing down too hard will cause the paint to wipe off the slippery surface of the glass. Instead, use a light touch and allow the paint to flow off the brush, creating a pool of color. This allows you to create thicker, more solid coverage in one step. If you do need a second coat, make sure to let it dry completely first.

Always blot your brush on a paper towel to dry it after rinsing in water. You don't want excess water to remain in the brush while painting.

All types of brushes can be used for glass painting, but can provide different results. Synthetic brushes tend to create visible brushstrokes. Soft, natural-hair brushes allow for more paint to be applied in one stroke, creating smoother coverage.