I enjoy working creatively and drawing one of my hobbies. Nice to have you here and can romp times with porcelain crayons creative themselves, etc. on cups, plates At first I was skeptical because of the negative reviews. But I can not find anything really negative. On the pins, the pack is thrown away anyway, is the exact instructions and if you stick to it then the result is great. All 5 colors have worked great (not been dried up) and look really nice. The color in the pins is based on water. So you can therefore safely let children paint. You only smell easily. They have kept a tip for fine drawing and contours can be slanted so but superlight also fill areas. One can therefore also draw transitions and gradients. If one wants to yellow nor red paint without history should be left to dry the base color or draw something carefully. Everything worked sees the motive of shining like burnt. The painted Cup has survived even 3 rinses at 50 degrees in the dishwasher just fine. The pins can be used again. Good and close with the cap upright to keep below (by the glass).
- To be painted surface should be clean, grease-free and dry - Then let it dry the whole good 4 hours - Can burn for 30 minutes and cool it well - at about 160 degrees in the oven - Then you can rinse the painted dishes in the dishwasher at 50 degrees
Conclusion: I had a lot of fun the painting. The colors are really nice and bright and can be applied just fine. If you follow the instructions they hold well.