on Jun 04, 2017:
@Des, you have to be careful, the vitrail is for decorating. Once bake it becomes somewhat resistant. Vitrae is actually more resistant, even washable. They are both from Level.
on Nov 28, 2016:
Pebeo Vitrail should not be shaken, it needs to be stirred gently & thoroughly. It is highly pigmented which is why you mix it with the Lightening fluid made for adjusting the color and acting as an extender. There is another Pebeo product called Porcelaine which comes in opaque & transparent colors which can be baked for permanence. You don't bake Vitrail because it is oil based & lightening fluid is a solvent.
on Nov 19, 2016:
@Vikki I have seen this video before, and the lady in the video painted the glass on the OUTSIDE. On this site they are trying to tint on the inside. One of those paints cannot be baked due to its flammable properties; I can't remember which one.
Vikki L. Y.
on Apr 03, 2016:
You're suppose to bake it that's why yours don't look right, watch this here and it does become waterproof after you bake it :)