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Rust-Oleum 1903830 Frosted Glass 11-Ounce Spray, Frosted Glass

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  • Tough acrylic resin scatters light coming through the glass
  • Great for stenciling
  • Designed to give a decorative etched glass look to windows, mirrors, shower doors, and more
  • For use on interior side of windows and doors only
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island
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Rust-Oleum 1903830 Frosted Glass 11-Ounce Spray, Frosted Glass + Krylon K09033000 Looking Glass Mirror Like Aerosol Spray Paint, 6-Ounce + Rust-Oleum 1913830 Chalkboard Spray, Black, 11-Ounce
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Technical Details
Part Number 1903830
Item Weight14.4 ounces
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 8 inches
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Item model number1903830
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0009XCKBA
Best Sellers Rank #2,954 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Rust-Oleum 1903830 11-Ounce Glass Spray Paint, Frosted Rust-Oleum Specialty Frosted Glass Spray adds a semi-transparent coating for decoration or privacy. Apply to glass or mirrors. Creates the look of custom etched glass when applied with stencils. Rust-Oleum 1903830 11-Ounce Glass Spray Paint, Frosted Features: Semi-transparent frosted coating for privacy or decorative uses Tough acrylic resin scatters light coming through the glass Lets light through without letting anyone see through...for complete privacy Also designed to give a decorative etched glass look to window, mirrors, shower doors, and more Great for stenciling, decorating your kitchen and bath Frosted glass rosol.

Product Description

Rust-Oleum 1903830 11-Ounce Glass Spray Paint, Frosted Rust-Oleum Specialty Frosted Glass Spray adds a semi-transparent coating for decoration or privacy. Apply to glass or mirrors. Creates the look of custom etched glass when applied with stencils. Rust-Oleum 1903830 11-Ounce Glass Spray Paint, Frosted Features: Semi-transparent frosted coating for privacy or decorative uses Tough acrylic resin scatters light coming through the glass Lets light through without letting anyone see through...for complete privacy Also designed to give a decorative etched glass look to window, mirrors, shower doors, and more Great for stenciling, decorating your kitchen and bath Frosted glass rosol.

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Customer Reviews

Looks just like frosted glass and lets in a ton of light.
Amazon Customer
The paint was easy to apply & produced the desired evenly frosted appearance.
Jim G
I used this stuff on the glass panel of my garage door and it looks great!
Kbliss

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

147 of 147 people found the following review helpful By R. Chu on March 14, 2011
This product works as promised - however there is a bit of streaking, if you really look at it. Not really noticeable for most things(ie. windows) - but kinda noticeable on my glass coffee table.

**Tips on application**
(1) The glass has to be vertical (ie on the door or piece put up against a wall) for this product to work properly - otherwise it will get really bad streaks (I learned the hard way with horizontal glass pieces)
(2) You really have to make sure the spray is within 10"-12" of the surface - if its too close, you will get streaks, if its too far away the spray particles will partially solidify before making contact with the glass, and brush off like dust.
(3) Spray with overlap and slowly, When doing a continuous spray, perform the turns off the glass (and onto the masked/paper off sides) - so you don't get "spots" on the edges.
(4) If you still have noticeable streaks after a 3rd pass, don't try to fix it - it will most likely get worse if attempting to fix it
(5) If you mess up, it cleans off with water and some paper towels and bit of elbow grease....if you can, let the water soak for 10 minutes or so, then wipe hard....
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87 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Luke D on October 18, 2011
I used this Frosted Glass paint on window in the bathroom. It was between this and the contact-type film application. I followed the directions and had good success with an even look. Just spray 6-8 inches away. I found that after 3 coats, there was no change in the look, so three seems maximum.

But we accidentally took a a squeegee to the paint and a bunch of it scraped off. Also, our fingers hit the paint when we opened and closed the window and the paint also scraped off.

I called Rustoleum and they suggested putting a clear enamel over it, but to test it first because the enamel on the Frosted Glass might change the color.

We're going to scrape it off and use the film instead.

I think that if the window is in a NO traffic/use area, I would use this again. It's easier to apply. BUT it just scrapes off too easily.
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61 of 68 people found the following review helpful By M. H. Harris on January 21, 2011
I've read several reviews from more than one site on this product; some good, some not so good. So I decided to give it a try. Although I also purchased a roll of window film because I just couldn't decide. Needless to say once my husband and I discussed our options we went with the spray (mostly because it seemed like the process would be much easier not to mention 5-6 times cheaper). And to my surprise it worked perfectly. I made sure the glass was clean and dry, I shook the can several times before I sprayed it. It dried evenly with no streaks. There were just a few open spots so I sprayed another coat after allowing the first coat to dry for awhile - and it was perfect! I was so excited with results on the front door, I used it on the top and bottom of my three window pane back door. I will be returning the expensive window film.... Thank you Rust-Oleum for such an awesome and affordable product. Now the test will be to see how long the finish will actually last. I'll keep you posted (^_^)
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Red on March 14, 2013
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I wanted something for my garage door windows so crooks can not look into my garage.

I decided to try this product. and glad I did.

First, I read that you need multiple coats so I was worried if one can would be enough, seeing that I had 8 windows to do, each 12' x 17' so about an area of 1ft x 11ft. I bought 2 cans. I have used 5 coats on all the windows and all this only took about 65% of one can. So one can was more than enough.

The result (if done correctly) looks really good, looks like factory fogged glass, not like the christmas fake frost stuff I was fearing.
it feels like the real thing as well, not messy or sticky feeling, just like real fogged/sand blasted glass.

I can see how you could screw this up though, I have heard people speak of streaks? What I have noticed however is not streaks but areas with patches of more frost vs less frost. so you have to be carefule to be as smooth and even as possible when applying.

What I find works.
1. Shake this stuff like crazy, before you use it for first time, shake it constantly for several minutes right up until you apply, And I mean up to about a couple seconds before you start spraying. When I did my windows, which are all lined up next to each other and I did like an assembly line, I would shake and then spray one window, shake and spray next window, shake and spray next window.

2. Right before you spray the glass, give a 1 second spray away from the glass to clear out any uneven material out of nozzle.

3. when spraying, do not get too close to glass, keep your distance, 10 - 12 inches.

4. Spray in one continuous button hold going back and forth down your glass quickly so you get a light coat.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 29, 2012
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My rather large street level basement windows have always been a bit of a privacy concern, but I never wanted to cover or paint over them, as they do let in a fair amount of light - so they were an obvious candidate for frosting. It was a toss up between applying a film or spray, but I figured I could control opacity better with a spray and it was certainly cheaper. Still, it wasn't the easiest decision as I was concerned about possible streaking and evenness of the coat.

I prepped the windows with a thorough cleaning and taped the window sills. That was the hardest part of the project. The spray itself proved to be extremely easy to control. Here's the trick - you can do a new pass every 2 minutes. So if you miss a spot or cause a little streak, you can cover it up in the next pass. Really - the results are very even and look quite professional. The contents go on clear at first, and the frosting effect develops over a few minutes time. To be honest, I didn't wait and assess the effect - I literally applied one can to four windows, rotating from window to window until the can was empty. Again, the results are great.

As with all spray paint, the fumes from this product are pretty strong - so observe the usual cautions of using in a well ventilated area.

Highly recommended.
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