painting tempered glass
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Asked by: cris73-ga
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09 Jan 2003 09:10 PST
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Question ID: 139866
How can I apply a glossy black opaque finish (primer, paint, etc.) to the surface of tempered glass? The glass will be exposed to 150 degree (F) heat periodically.
Re: painting tempered glass
Answered By: hlabadie-ga on 12 Jan 2003 07:15 PST
You want an heat-resistant paint. The best option that I can find is called Tempra Coat, a licensed product using Duro-O-Lite technology, originally for ceramics. The paint can be tinted any color and comes in gloss, semi-gloss, and matte finishes. Brush applied. Water clean-up. See: Duro-O-Lite Web site: Home http://www.dur-o-lite.com/index.htm Tempra Coat http://www.dur-o-lite.com/products/tempra_coat_paints.htm News about Duro-O-Lite products http://www.dur-o-lite.com/news.htm Online order form http://www.dur-o-lite.com/order_form.htm Search terms: paint "heat resistant coating" glass hlabadie-ga
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