On what types of surfaces can Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint be used?
Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint works best on non-porous surfaces such as glass, hard plastic, mirrors and even glazed ceramics.
Is Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint safe to use outdoors?
Yes, Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paints are safe to use outdoors as well as indoors.
How should I cure my Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint on a glass surface to make it permanent?
In order to achieve the strongest permanence, you should cure your projects painted with Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint in the oven by following these steps:
- Allow painted item to dry for 24 hours to be sure all layers of paint have dried.
- Place project in a cool oven, as the glass must heat gradually with the oven to avoid breakage; do not place glass in a hot oven.
- Set oven temperature to 350ºF.
- Once temperature has reached 350ºF, allow the project to bake for 30 minutes.
- After 30 minutes, turn the oven off and let glass cool down completely before removing from the oven.
- Do not use for 72 hours.
Please see How to Cure Painted Glass Projects
to learn more.
How should I clean a project created using Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint?
Once baked to cure to a glass surface, Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint can be hand washed. NOTE: Do not allow a painted surface to soak in water.
Is Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint food-safe?
Although Martha Stewart Sea Glass Paint is water-based and non-toxic, it is always best to allow a “lip line” of ⅘” or 2 cm from the rim of a drinking glass. It is also important not to apply the paint where it will make contact with food.
Is a Martha Stewart Sea Glass Painted project microwave-safe?
No, a glass surface painted with Martha Stewart Crafts Sea Glass is not microwave-safe.
Where can I learn more about Martha Stewart Sea Glass paint?