There are many reasons to use frosted glass for houses and building nowadays. The most common reason is because of the privacy that is offered when people are applying frosted glass. Also, the quality of materials which lets the light to come inside the room also becomes another plus point. Therefore, frosted glass is usually used as windows or doors of bathroom. However, not everyone understands how to frost glass. Here, we will talk about some steps for making frosted windows.
Temporary Frosting Glass Windows
The first option you can do to frost glass windows is by using temporary way. Tracing paper, scissors, frosting spray, and temporary adhesive are the ‘ingredients’ you need. First, cut the tracing paper so it fits the size of your windows. Second, attach it to the glass by using temporary adhesive. Design the shape that you want onto the tracing paper. Next, take it down and cut out the design by using scissors. Reattach the paper back to the window. By using frosting spray, spray the exposed part of the window. When it is completely dry, remove the tracing paper of the design. Just in case you are not satisfied with the result, a rough cloth or razor blade can clean the windows.
Permanent Frosting Glass Windows