Could you re-post you question, it is not clear what you would like to do.
Not sure what your question is Malana. Can you repost.
Malana: Could you tell us what horned porcelain is... is it porcelain figure of an owl or something?
Can you post a photo? Need more information to your question.
Are you asking about horned or honed porcelain? https://homeguides.sfgate.com/paint-porcelain-tile-32046.html
Hello could you possibly post a photograph to better see your current situation? Having a visual might be best guidance to a help find the best suggestions or potential solution to offer. Its best know what you are dealing with before offering broad suggestions.
Hi! Hope this helps:
What are you painting? I understand it's honed porcelain, so it's dull and very valuable. Is it a tub, counter, sink, tile??? Realize porcelain is basically glass ceramic and paint cannot soak in for a permanent finish. Oil based paint will stick best if not a tub or sink. If it is use the epoxy tub paint . I really hope you can just clean well and won't have to paint it since it will ruin it.
Here's some info on painting porcelain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayfJDE01SbE
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Hi Malana. There are two basic types of paint used to paint porcelain. The first is a simple paint that is applied directly and allowed to dry. There are specialty paints available for ceramic and glass surfaces, or simple acrylics can be used. This is because porcelain is not a surface conducive to ordinary painting. Good luck Malana. Stay well and healthy.