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Rust-Oleum 1903830 Frosted Glass 11-Ounce Spray, Frosted Glass
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- The product is 12OZ Frost Glass Paint
- Elegant design and Finish
- The product is manufactured in United States
- 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
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|Color||White||White||Mirror Finish||Glass Frosting|
|Dimensions||8 inches x 1.5 inches x 6 inches||6.93 inches x 2.13 inches x 2.13 inches||4.5 inches x 2.54 inches x 2.54 inches||8 inches x 3 inches x 3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.9 pounds||0.55 pounds||0.5 pounds||1 pounds|
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**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....
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.
The Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray had mostly positive reviews so I figured I'd give it a try.
Verdict: it's a pretty excellent product!
A few notes about the application process:
Application is simple, but it requires a bit of patience and a consistent spray. Follow the guidelines on the canister and keep the nozzle about 10 inches or so away from the glass, using steady, sweeping sprays. I found that I didn't need to mask the wood around the glass as it just sort of "dusts off" from the surface of the wood, but I suspect that any smooth surfaces are worth masking (metal, plastic, finished wood). Another thing that is worth noting is that you absolutely should have the area well-ventilated and it's good to only do a couple sweeps at a time, letting the area air out a bit between sprays. I went all-out on my first pass and the "dust" from the frosting material got absolutely everywhere. It mops up with no issue, but it will make a mess if you blast the window for an extended period of time. Second, it's good to let it dry and make a few additional passes. My first pass seemed good, but once it dried I did notice a few inconsistent spots where the frosting wasn't quite as dense. Allowing a few minutes of drying and a few additional coats will ensure that the glass gets evenly frosted. I also decided to do a couple of vertical sweeps after the horizontal ones to break up any linearity in the spray.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have a big 47" x 43" window that we'd like to frost, and gave this a whirl, purchasing it from Home Depot. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Robert Thomas
My brother used this for a project and said it turned out way better than he thought it would. With anything like this there's the chance of it coming out looking cheap but this... Read morePublished 7 days ago by NYer523
Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass, horrible, will not get even, used almost the entire bottle in several sittings, very uneven, cloudy, and the smell is SO strong. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amy
I used this to add privacy to my front door's window. I sprayed the outside part of the window because the smell was quite strong, and I didn't want to have that inside. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Arielle
My husband said he did not have luck with this in the past, but I did as other reviewers suggested and it worked like a charm: start spraying outside of your painting area, do... Read morePublished 14 days ago by J. Jesse
Nobody could believe i frosted our plexiglass project with a spray can. Worked perfectPublished 15 days ago by Dustin Boyd
Used as directed. Even after 4 coats was transparent. Would not recommend if you are looking to create privacy.Published 19 days ago by Joshua Host
I have some small windows next to my front door that I wanted frosted. I've used the privacy film in other areas of the house with good success but decided to try a spray product... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Laners
Love this stuff! It's great for crafts. Takes a minute to figure out how much to spray, and how well to shake it up, but once you get it figured out, it's awesome!Published 21 days ago by Mandi Riddle