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S. Klein
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Glass paints

Postby S. Klein » Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:53 pm

I'm working with an artist in Norway. She has a large (old) supply of "Scanart" powders that she thinks might be paint. Does anyone know anything about these products? Also, "Satellite Unique" paints. Thanks
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Don Burt
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Re: Glass paints

Postby Don Burt » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:23 pm

Heres a link to a catalog from some place in Sweden that sells 'ScanArt' glass paints. See page 22
Satellite Unique paints were the progenitor of 'Unique Glass Colors' .

It bugs me that they advertise the 'NT' version of Unique Glass Colors as nontoxic. I understand that you can probably get away with it under ACMI guidelines, but certainly the stuff has powdered glass in it if it matures at 1500F. I wouldn't let a kid use it unsupervised.

carol carson
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Re: Glass paints

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