Can Pebeo stained glass paint be removed on glass after baking?

by Chickie
(Westminster, MD)

Can Pebeo stained glass paint be removed on glass after baking? I initially did the design and read on someone's web page to bake it at 350 instead of 325 and parts of my leaves have changed in color to more dark yellow which I don't like. If I could take the yellow out, repaint those sections and set at 325, it would be much better.

Thank you.

Chickie

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Jan 21, 2021
Can Pebeo stained glass paint be removed on glass after baking?
by: Cheryl

No it cannot be removed.

Please always follow the manufacturer's instructions.
The person who recommended baking at a higher temperature may have an oven that runs cool. Just check to make sure your oven is "true" by using a thermometer. If your oven runs hotter or cooler than indicated on the stove display, make adjustments up or down.

Jan 26, 2021
I learned something new we can all use from Pebeo
by: Chickie

If you used Vitrea 160 and baked it accordingly to the baking instructions , and the colors have changed that much, It could be a good thing to verify the temperature of your oven: the right baking temperature for Vitrea 160 is 325 Fahrenheit ( 160 Celcius) degrees, for 40 minutes.

If you used the VItrail solvent based paint product, please be aware the VITRAIL paint products are NEVER to be baked.

In both cases, in order to remove the paint, let your painted item soak in soapy water for at least 24 hours, as this will soften the paint, and then it can be removed by scrubbing, and even gently scraping.

Then you can start your project over.


Best regards,

Catherine Pouliot

Consumers assistance for North America

Jan 31, 2021
I learned something new we can all use from Pebeo
by: Chickie

I got in touch with manufacturer and yes, I finally removed a baked surface. You soak the bottle in soapy water for 24 hours and then use a sharp blade to flake it off. It came off and now I can redo my drawing again! The soap I used was Dawn. I used goo-gone over the surface but honestly, I think I didn't need it.

Thanks Pebeo!

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