It depends on what tattoos you are referring to. Most transfers will need to be hand washed. I wouldn't put any in the dishwasher.
Hi Tammi, generally soaking glass vases in hot soap water will take any transfer right off of them!
Hi Tammie. Are you possibly looking at a specific project on Hometalk? If so, you can ask your question directly on the post and the author will be able to let you know exactly how they did the process (they may have put something over them to stop them from being removed). Hope that helps!
Usually, a transfer will wash off unless it is sealed with a top coat.
Anything like a polycrylic or spray Krylon.
Not sure what you are asking but here is some general info regarding refreshing thrift store vases.
It should come off with a warm rag and dawn soap.
Maybe this is what you were looking at:
Do you have a picture of what you are referring to? Most tattoos just wash off unless you cover them with a sealer.
Hi Tammi: You can paint over the transfer with polyurethane varnish. Here's a conversation related to this: https://www.instructables.com/community/I-used-acrylic-paint-on-a-drinking-glass-How-do-I/
If you want to secure them from not washing off, coat them with dishwasher proof Mod Podge.
The tattoo should wash off with Goo Gone or a wash cloth with hot water on it with a bit of scrubbing.
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Hope this helps.
Hi! I agree with the others, that sealing the design is your best bet! Good luck!
If you want it to be permanent, you'll need to seal it with something.
I would seal it