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If instead you choose the stainless steel finish mug you'll know what the surface is, and be able to choose a paint. The others may well be powder-coated (and baked) rather than enamelled. With stainless I'd use paints intended for exterior metals, bought more as building supplies than craft supplies. Unfortunately tins will be rather large, and colours ...


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I would say you are limited to using oil based paints to do this. You cannot paint acrylics over oils as the paint will later peel off or flake away. My suggestion is to buy a small inexpensive set of oil paint tubes. You can can buy an art set for as little as $20AUD. After the paint has thoroughly dried, give it 2 or 3 coats of an outdoor varnish to seal ...


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You can fire artwork on porcelain and it will be permanent. Pretty much any other surface won't be. Even commercially applied artwork wears off and washes off eventually. If you know the actual surface material/finish (like by contacting the manufacturer), you can optimize the decoration for adhesion and durability. You can protect the decoration by ...


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