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VBS Napkins- Lacquer "Glass & Porcelain"

Content: 100 ml, Finish: , Drying time:

Article number 727 952 Available
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(100 ml = 4,39 €)
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Napkin varnish especially for glass and porcelain.

The VBS Napkin varnish "Glass & Porcelain" is ideal for working on glass and porcelain. After application with the , the varnish Brushes must be baked at 160° for approx. 30 minutes, after which the object can be wiped off.

Tips to use:

Applicable to: Glass, porcelain.
Apply with: Brush.
Preparations: Surface must be dry, clean, free of dust and grease.
Processing of material: Remove the top, printed layer of the napkin, place it on the object and brush it with the napkin varnish.
Work to finish: After application with the brush, the varnish must be baked at 160 degrees for approx. 30 minutes, then the object can be wiped off.


WARNING! Not suitable for children under 3 years. Contains small pieces that can be swallowed. Please keep our address for future reference! Not suitable for cunsumption.

Content: 100 ml
Field of application:
Drying time:

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