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Hey I have tried to paint already glazed tiles with ceramic paint( it's paint for hobby ex.pebeo paint for ceramics and porcelain) and bake it in 250C. The result is ok but not secure for using these tiles on a bathroom or a kitchen ( the paint will faint after a while without glaze).

Would you suggest me to use glazed paintings instead? What’s your experience with them?

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If you have no experience of pottery and glazing, it will be a very steep learning curve, and expensive.

 

You might be better off with transfer/stickers, or finding ready-made tiles.  Some of the designer ranges might also sell custom tiles.

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If you have a pottery supplier that rents kiln space, or a community studio, or a community college you can take classes at, you can get access to a kiln. Buy bisque tiles, by commercial glazes, and paint your designs using glaze. When they are fired the colors will be formed in a glass coating and will resist the elements for years. 
 

 

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