Chintex low temperature glaze for ceramic repair and decoration.

Chintex is a solvent based low temperature heat curing acrylic coating originally manufactured for the reglazing of repairs to antique pottery, porcelain and enamels. It is also used by ceramic and glass decorators as an alternative medium where high firing temperatures are not possible.

Chintex was first manufactured in Wraxhall Bristol in the 1960's.  When production stopped in 2001 we purchased the brand name and have continued to manufacture Chintex using the original formula.

  • Ceramic restoration & repair
  • Reglazing damaged ceramics
  • Decorating ceramics and glassware
  • Non yellowing, will not change colour over time
  • Easily coloured using artists powder pigments or oils
  • Hardens at 95 degrees centigrade

FAQ

What is Chintex?

Chintex is a solvent based low temperature heat curing acrylic coating originally manufactured for the reglazing of repairs to antique pottery, porcelain and enamels.

Do I need a kiln to use Chintex?

No you do not need a kiln. Chintex hardens at a relatively low temperature of 95 degrees this is well within the limits of a ordinary domestic oven.

How much is shipping?

Chintex can only be sent by courier we pass on the cost of this which is £7.99 for any size order.

Can you ship to my country?

The cost of shipping Chintex outside the UK can be very expensive. We suggest you create an account and add items to your basket to work out shipping to your location.

 
 

 

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