|Item Weight||11 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 8 inches|
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|Item model number||1903830|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rust-Oleum 1903830 Frosted Glass 11-Ounce Spray, Frosted Glass
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- Ideal for updating the exterior of barbeque grills, wood-burning stoves, radiators, engines or other metal items
- Oil-based formula designed to renew and protect metal surfaces subject to heat up to 1000°F
- Covers up to sq ft and dries to the touch in 20 minutes
- Retains excellent color retention after repeated heating
- Provides a rich satin finish that prevents rust, corrosion and chipping
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|Color||White||Sea Frosted Glass||Clear||Silver||Looking Glass||Satin Sea Glass|
|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 8 in||2.3 x 2.3 x 7.6 in||2.5 x 8 x 2.5 in||2.54 x 2.54 x 4.5 in||3 x 3 x 7 in||2.61 x 2.61 x 7.96 in|
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Rust-Oleum High Heat Resistant BBQ Finish Spray Paint makes your barbecue grill look like new. Specially formulated to resist heat up to 1000º F. Resists outdoor weathering and provides rust protection.
From the Manufacturer
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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I cleaned the window and applied it to the inside surface.
I sprayed 4 passes at around 8-10" distance and applied each pass in different directions. Up/down first then left/right. Waiting a few minutes between each application.
I ended up with a very uniform coating and frosted look.
A word of warning though - the end product isn't like some of those diamond cut windows where you get a partial visibility. This offers an opaque end result. All you get is a diffuse light through. For us, it's perfectly fine as we wanted to add privacy to the bathroom without having to pull the shade down. We get light in the bathroom and near zero visibility.
On my first attempt, I sprayed too much material on because I didn't immediately see the "frosted" effect that I was trying to achieve. That's because the full effect is not visible until the material has time to dry a bit. While it is still wet, it will appear to be more transparent.
The finished coating looks good, but it is not as durable as I would like and it's fairly easy to scratch it. As long as the "frosted" object is handled with reasonable care, I think that it will hold up well enough for a light fixture.
Make sure to follow the directions and thoroughly clean and dry the surface first.
The first coat wasn't very even so the second or third is definitely needed.
Only downside is it is easily scratched and you can't really clean the treated side.
A few weeks later I was passing the front door and on a whim decided to give it another try. So, I masked off the section like I did before and got the can ready. When I sprayed it this time, I made sure to keep the distance from the glass even, and really just did a light coat of spray. I figured I could always add more if needed. I let that dry and it was perfect! Just a thin even coat, and it dried nicely and gives a good frosted look.