That sounds good, but I thought black was the easiest to deal with on the glass? be good to see a thread if you get timecoppinpr wrote:I'm currently also working on a machine with badly flaked glass (some of you may have seen the poor fellow at Coventry - Jubilee Tic Tac Toe). I was in Hobby craft today and noticed a new paint that I thought might work and it really is just the job. It's actually for making raised designs on glass and tile so it goes on thick. From our point of view, the raised side is of course on the inside and not showing, just a nice flat solid colour from the front and, more to the point, it's designed to be light proof. I have found that no matter how bright a light you shine from the rear no sign of the repair shows through. I've only tried the black so far but see no reason why other colours would be different. It's called "Pebeo, relief outliner". Very impressed.