Can you deliberately make Pebeo Vitrea 160 paints tacky?

by Anne

I have an odd question - I just bought a new set of Pebeo Vitrea 160 paints, but they’re too new and perfect for what I’m doing with them (my previous set was extremely old and dried enough that they were tacky, which happened to be perfect for the technique I’m using.) Is there a way to dry these up so I can get the look I want? (or has anyone accidentally dried them up, and if so, how did you do it?) I’ve tried letting them air out for a couple of days, but that didn’t work. I know it’s weird asking how to ruin a nice set of paints, but believe me, ruining them would solve a problem I’m having! Thanks!

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Jan 22, 2020
Tacky Vitrea 160
by: Cheryl

An unusual question indeed! Perhaps contact Pebeo directly.
http://en.pebeo.com/Creative-leisure/PAINTING-ON-GLASS-VITREA-160-AND-VITRAIL/VITREA-160

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