What is the difference between BACK PAINTED GLASS and painted glass
What is the difference between BACK PAINTED GLASS and painted glass? These are the aspects to introduce.
Baking varnish can be widely used on various glass products such as high-grade sanitary ware, high-grade kitchen utensils and magic glass. Composition and function: It is composed of primer and top coat. Primer: It is mainly used for bonding with glass. When spraying, add appropriate amount of magic color and laser powder to make it adhere to the glass surface effectively. Topcoat: It is mainly used on top of the primer to protect the magic laser powder, and to bring out the sparkling effect through its own color, and play the role of color lining.
Painted glass is divided into flat glass baking varnish and frosted glass baking varnish!
Painted glass is also called BACK PAINTED GLASS.
The process of BACK PAINTED GLASS: Spray paint on the back of the glass and bake it in a 30-45 oven for 8-12 hours. In many places where painted glass is made, natural drying is generally used. Easy to fall off in wet environment.
BACK PAINTED GLASS is a high polymer that firmly adheres magic color and laser powder to the back of glass products, making the front of the glass appear colorful, sparkling and dazzling. This product can be widely used in various glass products such as high-grade sanitary ware, high-grade kitchen utensils and magic glass.
BACK PAINTED GLASS
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