Porcelaine 150 : A enameddled paint for Porcelain

In 2019, Pébéo enriches its colour chart with 5 new matte, powdered / chalky colours inspired by tableware and home deco trends: Powder white, powder pink, powder blue, powder green, powder mole

Porcelaine 150 puts professional enamel at everyday reach, with a new generation of 48 colours that are set by a simple baking at 150°C (300°F) — in any domestic oven

 Once baked, decorated pieces are dishwasher safe. The colours can be blended together, deep and glossy, translucent or opaque, and reveal a beautiful enamel effect once baked. The Porcelaine 150 paint range also offers markers for fine tracing and writing. Also try the cloisonne outliners to add dimension to your creations.

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Pébéo enriches its colour chart with 5 new matte, powdered / chalky colours inspired by tableware and home deco trends: Powder white, powder pink, powder blue, powder green, powder mole

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Properties
  • QUALITY: 48 watercolour, glossy or matte, translucent or opaque colours. Superb enamelled appearance after baking. The range includes glittering shimmer colours with changing reflections that are especially opaque and full coverage, as well as pastel colours. Excellent lightfastness. The colours are ready to use: just stir them with a stick before use, especially the Porcelain 150 Slate colour, which can be written on with chalk. The colours can be mixed together.
  • DRYING, MEDIA AND MARKERS FOR DECORATIVE USE: 72 hours with light wash, without soaking.
  • BAKING OF ALL COLOURS, ACCESSORIES AND MARKERS IN THE RANGE TO MAKE THEM DISHWASHER SAFE: 35 minutes at 150°C (at a constant temperature) in domestic oven, after drying for at least 24 hours
  • SURFACES: porcelain, earthenware, ceramic, etc.
  • Not suitable on Pyrex, Arcopal or similar such surfaces. DILUTION: Porcelaine 150 thinner.
  • OPACITY: translucent or opaque colours 
  • FINISH: gloss.
  •  CARING (decorated surfaces): after baking, they are dishwasher safe and resistant to solvents and common detergents. For better resistance / durability, wash on the ECO cycle and ideally place in the top drawer.
  • PAINT BRUSHES: Pébéo Cobra deco or Iris brushes 
  • BRUSH CLEANING: with soap and water. 
  • NUMBER OF COLOURS: 31 colours plus 6 pastels, 5 matte colours, 5 shimmer colours and a black slate colour.
  • PACKAGING: -
    - 45-ml bottle - all colours.
    - Fine tip 0.7 mm markers - 9 colours.
    - Regular-tip 1.2 mm markers - 11 colours.
    - Outliners: relief colours - 10 colours in a nozzle tube.
  • Protect from freezing

CAUTION FOR MARKERS: Air travel can cause an excess of ink on the tip and cap. Carefully open the cap and, if necessary, clean the tip and cap before use.

Applications
  • Porcelaine 150 can be applied to porcelain, earthenware and most surfaces that can withstand a temperature of 150°C. Depending on the choice of surface and tools used, various effects and transparencies and intensities of colours can be achieved. Porcelaine 150 makes professional enamelling available to all, by offering a generation of colours that are set simply by baking at 150°C, in any domestic oven. In bottle or tube or as markers, they can be mixed together, deep and shiny, transparent or opaque, with a superb enamelled finish once baked. Porcelain 150 allows for many different application methods: with a brush, a sponge, a stencil...
  • Stir the product with a stick before use. The colours can be applied directly on a surface that has been degreased with alcohol or soapy water. Once the object has been left to dry for 24 hours, it should be placed in a cold oven. Once the temperature reaches 150°C, bake for 35 minutes. The colours then take on a real enamelled appearance and become dishwasher safe (provided the instructions on the label are followed). Only surfaces that are not intended to come into contact with food should be decorated. Nevertheless, migration tests carried out by an accredited laboratory have shown that accidental contact of decorated areas with food does not represent a health hazard.
  • Porcelain 150 outliners, in a nozzle tube, can be used for outlining work and containing colours.
  • Markers are recommended for fine lines, strokes and writing. Shake before using. Then, press the tip several times to prime. If a fine tip marker has not been used for a long time, it should be tested on a sheet of paper to make it ready for use. - Air dry for 72 hours for decorative use and wash lightly without soaking. - Allow to air dry for 24 hours then bake for 35 minutes at 150 °C to make dishwasher safe (provided label instructions are followed).
  • Store flat.
  • Protect from freezing.
  • To use Porcelain 150 colours with its accessories: see the P150 accessories product information.

PEBEO tip:

  • If you want to use Porcelaine 150 markers with paint and/or outliners on the same object, Pébéo recommends baking the decorated object according to the above instructions.