About Porcelain Paint Markers

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Porcelain paint markers are specifically designed to draw on porcelain surfaces, such as dishes or tiles, with a beautiful enamel finish that will not scratch or wipe off. Use porcelain paint markers for more permanent decoration on smooth surfaces with information from an art store general manager in this free video on art supplies.

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The question is about what about porcelain paint markers? Paint markers come in many varieties. They come in oil based, solvent based, acrylic and they also are made for porcelain. They're very specific. Porcelain and glass are probably the two hardest surfaces for any marker or paint to stick to. While you can get the paint to stick to it it wipes off very easily or doesn't have durability of scratching off and so you can do something beautiful on porcelain or glass and the first time you have to clean it it will come right off. A porcelain paint marker has the ability to work on porcelain with a beautiful enamel finish and have the durability to stay on either in dish washer or repeated washings or if you are using like for example decorating ceramic tile in your kitchen on back splash for your stove or your sink perhaps and you need to wipe that down a lot. Most paint markers would wipe right off porcelain. Porcelain paint markers while probably a little bit more expensive and a little bit more rare and harder to find have the ability to stick and be durable on porcelain and glass.

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