MARKER FOR PORCELAIN AND GLASS EDDING 

  • 8,47 €

    Suitable for porcelain, glazed ceramics, heat-resistant glass. dishwasher safe after heat fixing. Flexible brush nib for painting large areas and fine details, silku texture, produces an even finish. No dripping, no spreading, quick-drying and correction before curing.

    8,47 €
  • 8,47 €

    Suitable for porcelain, glazed ceramics, heat-resistant glass. dishwasher safe after heat fixing. Flexible brush nib for painting large areas and fine details, silku texture, produces an even finish. No dripping, no spreading, quick-drying and correction before curing.

    8,47 €
  • 8,47 €

    Suitable for porcelain, glazed ceramics, heat-resistant glass. dishwasher safe after heat fixing. Flexible brush nib for painting large areas and fine details, silku texture, produces an even finish. No dripping, no spreading, quick-drying and correction before curing.

    8,47 €
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Decorating pieces to give as a gift or to use at home can be a very relaxing and fun activity. It is a creative and economic way to give a new life to an object by painting a striking drawing, or to print your personal stamp turning it into something unique.

Edding presents this set of markers for porcelain, enameled ceramic and heat resistant glass, with brush tip, designed to paint and decorate by hand obtaining a fine, shiny and durable finish on any object of this type of material. Once dry, the paint is fixed in the oven and the decoration becomes resistant to washing.

Try them, see if you get hooked!

Decorate porcelain, ceramics and glass with Edding

The painting on ceramics constitutes one of the first sample of artistic inclination of the human being in its daily scope even from the Neolithic one, but they were the Greeks who initially contributed a greater esthetic value to him.

Also in China, applying the technique of glazing, they gave their porcelains the finish that we know today. In Europe porcelain was known from the time of Marco Polo, who carried vessels of fine texture and finish, which became highly coveted pieces. In the eighteenth century, which began its manufacture and from then arose houses like Vincennes and Sèvres in France, Meissen in Germany and Capodimonte in Italy, clear reflections of the Baroque period, during what was called the "porcelain century".

The history of glass painting has its antecedents in Egypt, from where the oldest known objects come, extending from there through the Mediterranean.

Today, Edding offers its markers for porcelain, enameled ceramics and heat-resistant glass. Its flexible brush tip offers a variable stroke width, ideal for large areas or for fine details. Its silky texture allows an easy and smooth application that results in a perfect finish, without drops or lumps. Its pigmented ink based on water and resistant to light dries quickly, although it is perfectly correctable before its fixation with heat.

Characteristics of the edding pen set for porcelain

Edding markers for ceramic, glass or porcelain are made to make simple or more elaborate creations. Both the more experienced users and the beginners will enjoy its smooth application and its uniform and shiny finish.

  • Available in three cases of six colors each, in different ranges.
  • Pigmented ink based on water, odorless and resistant to light.
  • Soft application, perfect finish, no drops or lumps.
  • It dries quickly and can be corrected before fixing it to heat.
  • Resistant to the dishwasher after cooking.
  • Flexible brush tip allows a stroke width of 1mm to 4mm.

Some tips for your application

  • It should be applied on well-washed surfaces, without dust or traces of grease.
  • Let the paint dry 15 minutes before cooking.
  • To apply several layers of color, let the first dry before applying the next.
  • Preheat the oven to 160 ° C and cook for 25 minutes; Allow to cool inside the oven.
  • It is recommended not to use on surfaces in contact with food.
  • Always store the marker in a horizontal position.