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Pebeo Vitrea 160 colors are transparent, water-based paints for use on glass. Use Vitrea 160 glossy or frosted colors to create vivid artwork that gathers gorgeous light. Vitrea 160 colors become dishwasher-safe after baking. Available in 1.5-ounce (45 ml) bottles.



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Product Questions and Answers

Is this product okay to be used on glass vases with etching or a carved design on it?

- Asked by Marlene on 05-May-14
Answer

These paints work well on any glass surface. The etched areas will have a different texture and results may vary. Experiment on another glass object to ensure desired results.

- Answered by MisterArt on 06-May-14

Does this paint stay on clear plastic, acrylic, and resin?

- Asked by Susanne on 29-Jan-14
Answer

Vitrea 160 Glass Paint is designed specifically for use on glass. For plastic application, we recommend using Liquid Metals Acrylic Paints by Sargent Art or Short Cuts by Krylon.

- Answered by MisterArt on 30-Jan-14

Can you mix colors to achieve a lighter shade?

- Asked by Grace on 07-Oct-13
Answer

These colors can be mixed, or even a little water will lighten the shade.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Oct-13

Can I use this product on my bathroom tiles, which are various shades of white?

- Asked by L. Ladson on 10-Apr-13
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The Vitrea 160 Glass Paints are specially formulated for use on glass surfaces. I don't believe they'd work on tiles that well, if at all.

- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Apr-13

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Karen L in Vandalia, IL
I agree with Debbie P. This paint looks terrible on glass. Streaks, different colors. I'm attempting to paint a State Seal on stained glass to make a badge for my son and at the rate it's going it will be 2 years before it's painted good enough to use. Everything she said about the brush stroked and overlapping areas is true for me. Not a happy camper with this product.
Rated by: Shirley Dentler in Houston
I apply these paints in small plastic bottles and add a metal tip to outline and apply. The only thing I dislike is you never know which color will change to a different color after baking. Mostly I use the Pebeo 150. I find they do not change color after baking. Another problem is they do not have it in white,first time I used what looked like white, it turned ivory and even looked more yellow than ivory. I just wish there were more art suppliers who carry it. Most of the time I order it.
Rated by: Dougster in Tucson Arizona
I've used Pebeo's Vitrea 160 paints for years. I love this stuff. When buying these paints, remember to get the thinner too. I use a stiff stencil brush with a dabbling motion to get even coverage. If bubbles appear, the paint is too thick or you've added too much water, but don't fret just let it dry a little and brush over it again. Have fun!!!
Rated by: Beverly M. in Mobile, Al
I have been painting on glasses for over ten years and of all the glass paint I have tried Pebeo - Vitrea is has been the best. When our local Michael's stopped carrying the product I went oh my goodness what shall I do now. I tried the other product but none met my expectations. I recently moved and I found my box of missing pebeo vitrea paints. I highly rate the quality of this glass paint, thereby giving the rating a FIVE STAR*****
Rated by: debbie p in Charleston,WV
I am frustrated with these paints. Can't understand why everyone loves them. I have used several brushes, like squirrel, and soft brushes. But the results are the same. Brush strokes show and when overlapped those areas are a different color. And even using a light touch..the paint is thicker on the edges of the stroke and light in the center. And when I paint fast, little bubbles appear. I don't know what I do that's different, but they aren't working for me.
Rated by: Joyce R in Lafayette, Colorado
Amazing. This paint is not permanent until baked in a home oven, after which you can't remove it with a scouring pad (I tried). The instructions say to use a wet Q-tip to remove mistakes, but I find a damp watercolor brush is perfect for removing blobs or paint that goes out of the 'lines.' If you don't like your design, you can clean it off the glass and start over. I use a small bottle with an outliner tip for drawing the design. I diluted the black paint slightly with thinner, and it works great. The pens are too big and often the paint does not flow properly. I had my most successful craft show this year largely because of my wine glasses painted with a poinsettia design.
Rated by: PAT K in Airville, Pa
I love these. You can make the stain glass look on glass. You can bake them. I use them on wine glasses, candlesticks. A squirrel brush is best to apply this paint.
Rated by: AB Glass Designs in Northern California
I have used Pebeo Vitrea for almost a decade for my glass design art work and absolutely love it. The paint dries quickly, the colors are brilliant and mix well if needed, and once the glassware is cured at 325°F, it is dishwasher safe and the colors don't fade. Immensely better than the air-dry types of paint! One little bottle last me a long time, and this website has the best price I've found.

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