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You can buy proper window paints from some of the general school catalogues...

 

I painted on windows years ago with just normal poster paint that you use in school, with a dollop of PVA. I was on teaching practice and that was the method used.... don't know how easy it is to clean off.

 

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Don't do what we did, we used ordinary poster paint, then left the window open when it rained and it all ran, awful mess to clean off!!!!!!!!

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hi- I was given a fab set of paint markers that a parent bought from an art shop. Really easy to use and wiped off really easily. Also the colours could be mixed together. I have had them for over a year and there is still loads of paint left in them :o

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hi

you know when you do paintings on windows- not children- what paint do you use?

 

A good tip I learned many moons ago is to put cling film onto the window, using a hairdryer on a warm setting to ensure that the cling film adheres. Children then paint on the film. When no longer needed, just peel off the film and throw it all away - not much cleaning required. Really works better on smaller areas but it does work!

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