Topics Covered In This Video:
- Testing Sharpie Oil Based Paint Pen on Baked Polymer Clay (Premo Brand).
- Test sample start date was May 21, 2012 (1.5 years ago).
- No compatibility issues.
- No stickiness over time.
- Paint is durable and can not be scratched off with fingernail.
- Paint did not chip or flake when sample was bent.
- Surprised that the oil based pen was compatible with the baked polymer clay since it is generally thought that oil based paints will react with cured polymer clay. Need to do more testing with oil based products and polymer clay to test that theory.
- Pens need to be shaken to get free flowing.
- Paint can be heat set with a embossing gun or air dried.
- Not mentioned in video, but the Sharpie Oil Based Paint Pen can be easily removed when wet or dry, with Isopropyl Alcohol (Rubbing Alcohol).
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