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Covering Chips on a Teapot

I got a beautiful teapot on Freecycle. It had a noticeable chip on the end of the spout. If it had been anywhere else, I would have covered it with a Sharpie or some other kind of paint. However, since I am going to drink tea, I was concerned about the paint getting into the water.
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I solved my problem by using food coloring. You can mix the colors to get a custom match. I wish I had taken a before picture, but you can see I got very good results.

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February 11, 20190 found this helpful

Have I missed something? What did you mix the food coloring with?

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February 11, 20190 found this helpful

Nothing. I just put the green on with a Q-tip. I could have mixed colors to get a more exact match if I were artistic

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