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Pebeo Cerne Relief outliners are used for creating cloisonné effects or lines to imitate enameling and stained glass effects. This thick, pasty paint is designed for use with both Pebeo Ceramic and Vitrail colors.

Each 20 ml tube's fine applicator tip makes the finest of details a snap, and the paint is air dry! Allow at least thirty minutes' drying time before applying Pebeo colors.

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Product Questions and Answers

If I'm painting on glass, can I cure this paint in the oven along with the Pebeo 160 glass paints?

- Asked by Harmony on 21-Apr-14

Vitrail Cerne Relief outliners are designed for use with both the Pebeo Ceramic and Vitrail colors which are air-dry paints. We do not recommend baking the Vitrail Cerne outliners. If oven curing is desired, Pebeo makes a set of Vitrea 160 Outliners specifically for Vitrea 160 Glass Paint as they have compatible heat temperatures.

- Answered by MisterArt on 23-Apr-14

Can Porcelaine 150 paints be used in conjunction with Vitrea 160 and baked?

- Asked by Denise on 21-Feb-14

No, Porcelaine 150 colors are not intermixable with Vitrea 160. These paints heat set at different temperatures. Porcelaine 150 colors are solid, and Vitrea 160 colors achieve a fused glass or blown glass appearance.

- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Feb-14

What does "Cerne" mean?

- Asked by Robert L Berry on 18-Aug-13

The Cerne Relief product is described as a product used "to outline and define designs."

- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Aug-13

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Lorraine Tornetta in St. Pete Beach , Florida
Product was great value for the cost. Works equally well on all surfaces. Adds just the right touch on paintings done on glass and dishware. I will purchase gain in a heart beat.
Rated by: Robert L Berry Jr in Fort Worth Texas
This is a excellent medium for embellishment and enhancing fine art paintings. I have been using the product on canvas and ceramic tiles for years. I have developed my own unique style of Jazz Art. Drawing the lines for guitars is a breeze.

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