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Materials for stained glass

Stained glass is a decorative element used to embellish windows, doors, partitions, and other interior elements. Creating stained glass is a creative process that requires specific materials and tools.

One of the most important components in creating stained glass is paint. In this article, we will explore the types of stained glass paints available and the materials needed to create stained glass.

Outline enamel is a paint used to create outlines on the surface of the glass. It can be used to create various geometric shapes, lines, and contours on the glass. Outline enamel is suitable for any type of stained glass work and allows for crisp and vibrant outlines, making the stained glass more expressive.

Filling paints are used to fill the space between the outlines. Filling paints help create bright and vibrant colors that do not fade or lose their brightness with prolonged use.

Background varnish serves as the base for filling the spaces between the outlines.

Faceted elements are used for decorating stained glass and give it a three-dimensional and exquisite appearance. They are made of glass and come in various shapes and sizes. Faceted elements can be used to create geometric patterns, floral motifs, and other decorative elements.

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