Rated 3.7 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DDarling Saved me $700!
Very easy to apply. Be sure to tape and tarp the entire area around the window. There are a LOT of fumes, so be sure to ventilate the best you can and wear a mask. Take short bursts, wait, do again. Otherwise there will be residual dust that makes it hard to breathe.
June 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by LizW Good product at a good price
We bought this to use on glass cabinet doors in our kitchen. I bought a stencil and used the Rustoleum product to frost the glass. You definitely have to set the doors up vertically before spraying since they can get dripped on if the glass is horizontal. The coverage was good. However, the odor was so bad that I had to buy a respirator to use when I sprayed. I had 9 pieces of glass, and I did up to 8 coats on each piece, so I was spraying a long time. The smell is horribly noxious. When I was finished, I decided to use artist's matte medium (bought at a craft store), which I brushed on with a narrow, foam roller, over all the glass I did, which took out the drip marks. If I had to do it over again, I just would've used the matte medium instead of the frosted spray paint since taking the glass outside to spray was inconvenient, and the odor was awful. I don't notice any foul odor with the matte medium. But this is a good product which can give you quick, good results. In my pic that is attached, the left two doors have the Rustoleum Frosted Spray Paint + artist's matte medium, while the right two doors have just the Rustoleum spray paint. You can see the drip marks in the picture of the two doors on the right.
April 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Emily Better than Krylon
I first purchased Krylon frosted glass spray to frost some glass for a craft project and it was horrible! It scratched easily and washed off with just the slightest touch of water so I thought I would give the Rust-Oleum brand a try and it worked perfectly! It took about two to three coats to get everything covered completely and frosted like I wanted it. It dries really fast and best of all it hardly scratches (unless you really try to scratch it) and it does not wash off with water. If you mess up on an area or need to remove it, you can simply use nail polish remover to get it off.
I would definitely recommend using this for craft projects or for frosting indoor glass.
December 24, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Arabella Very MESSY process that you will regret
I picked up this product at the local Home Depot to apply on my 42"x42" bathroom window. I read a few reviews and watched a couple of videos and thought my problem will be solved with this one can. It created a lot more!
A few highlights:
1. No matter how long and how vigorously you shake the can, you WILL get drops of the solution on your surface!
2. No matter how much you tape of, you WILL get thick white dust EVERYWHERE in the room AND even in the adjacent room with doors CLOSED!
3. No matter how hard you try or how many layers you spray, you will NOT get uniform professional looking results on a larger surface
4. It does SCRAPE OFF, which is bad if you like it... and good if you don't
If you're a perfectionist like me, you will hate this product and will wish you read more reviews, including on other sites. I ended up scraping of the entire window, which created even more mess than before (argh!). Make sure you wet it first and reapply to keep it wet.
I just wasted 5 hours on this $4 can. I am going with a privacy film instead. Thank goodness they have my size :)
July 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by andyG Not waterprooof
Purchased by contractor to privatize a bathroom window in my shower. Looked great, but it is not waterproof. It has begun washing away in only a few showerings. When they say indoor applications, they really mean indoor, away from water. The product is fine, but the label might be better served if it mentioned this. I would still recomend it for non-water affected interior areas as it covered well and looked great.
February 3, 2012