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Rust-Oleum Specialty 11 oz. Frosted Glass Spray Paint
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Rust-Oleum Specialty

11 oz. Frosted Glass Spray Paint

  • Add privacy protection to glass
  • Use to create an etched glass appearance
  • Full frost effect appears within 10 minutes of application
$3.76 /each

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The Rust-Oleum Specialty 11-oz. Flat Clear Frosted Glass Aerosol Paint is designed to add a semi-transparent coating to glass windows, mirrors and more. It is great for indoor applications and helps create the look of custom-etched glass when applied with stencils. The paint dries to the touch in just 5 minutes for quick and efficient applications and covers areas up to 12 sq. ft.

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  • Oil-based formula is great for use with stencils
  • Designed for windows, mirrors, shower doors and more
  • Dries in as little as 5 minutes for efficient applications
  • Provides coverage for areas up to 12 sq. ft.
  • Tough acrylic resin
  • Flat sheen
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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I am wanting to put on existing glass on kitchen cabinet doors. Can it be washed, especially the cabinets doors by stove.

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I'd suggest putting the finish on the inside surface of the glass.
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It probably can be lightly washed, but do not use anything abrasive.
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February 5, 2016
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Yes, this product can be washed and will work for your application.
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February 1, 2016
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Yes, Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass Spray Paint is ideal for use on glass cabinet doors. If needed, clean the surface with water and a mild soap to prevent the product from wearing quickly.
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Will this product also block the heat of the sun?

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No, I do not think this will have a great effect on the Sun's heat. You may want to try Sun-blocking film which is made for that purpose.
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May 18, 2016
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No, this product will not block the heat of the sun.
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May 18, 2016
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Tara, Rust-Oleum Specialty Frosted Glass Spray Paint is not designed to block the heat of the sun and is for interior use only. This product may help to block some of the light shine through glass which may in turn help reflect heat as well.
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How many hours does it take to get the fumes out of your home after spray painting our skylight frost from a aerosol can

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A few hours if you use a fan. I had the same issue in a basement. It did go away with venting.
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June 3, 2016
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At least overnight with windows open.
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Yes, this stuff is stinky! But, with a few open windows and doors, we noticed the smell was gone in 1-2 hours.
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Can I spray this on the inside of an outdoor lamp post fixture to obscure light with 15 watt bulbs?

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Yes, this should work out fine.
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December 29, 2015
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Rust-Oleum Specialty Frosted Glass Spray Paint is designed for interior use only. If the painted surface will not be exposed to the elements of the outdoors, it will hold up and work to obscure the light as intended.
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Howdy Susan,
While this could work as long as you don't have more than about 2 bulbs, a safer easier way would be to get frosted bulbs.
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11 oz. Frosted Glass Spray Paint is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous! Provides the privacy I needed! Cheap, easy to use and provides the privacy I needed for a huge sliding glass door. No longer do I have to worry about prying eyes from BAH neighbors and those walking by peering over the privacy fence. It still allows enough light in (with my vertical blinds open). The only recommendation I have is to spray evenly and let it dry before reapplying. It's a bit difficult (at first) to figure out how opaque this will be unless you let it dry completely between coats. I left about 20% of the upper windows unfrosted so I can the sky (rain, snow, etc). Also, the smell is horrible/strong but just leave the house for a couple of hours with a fan ventilating and it'll be ok.
Date published: 2016-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT PRODUCT I used this spray on the inside of a double bathroom window. I cleaned the windows 1st with water and vinegar (1oz Vin to 1gal H2o), let them dry after wiping them down with a lint-free towel. Spray from Left to Right using light coats each time and let it dry between each coat for 20 to 30 minutes. Goes on some what clear and dries frosted. "Do Not" spray on heavy! I applied 6 coats on a double window that was approximately 24" x 30" total size and had about a 1/3 of a can left over. "Make Sure You Have Adequate Ventilation !!! " as the fumes are quite strong. Consider using a dust mask. "This is an Excellent Product" if applied correctly.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for the price Have a front door with a large window that limits privacy. Was concerned that at night it's easy to see into our home. I looked online at options and found I could purchase a kit for around $35 or try the spray for around $4. I thought the spray option would be a good first choice and if it didn't come out well then go for plan B. I was very happy with the results. Things you should be aware of when using this product: It definitely takes more then one coat to achieve a consistent look. I was able to do mine with only two coats. You do not want to use this product without having a breathing mask or respirator of some kind. If using this product in doors make sure windows are open and there is very good ventilation. After I used the product on the inside of my entry door the entire house smelled very strongly (odor smells like nail polish) for well over two hours even with windows open to help vent the fumes. Overall this was a very easy product to use and gave me the exact result I was hoping for. It's fast, easy, and cheap. I would highly recommend this product
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great and it's cheap I was doing remodeling job where we were walling over some windows on the inside, but you would still see the windows on the outside of the house. So I wanted them to just appear frosted from the outside so that you couldn't see there was a wall behind them. Application is easy as long as you keep a few things in mind. It doesn't spray as thick and concentrated as spray paint. It comes out in a lighter mist and produces a big cloud. So you need to tape well to prevent it from getting on what you don't want. Make sure you have very good ventilation and I would suggest wearing a mask. Lastly, you will need many coats - it took me 6. As it goes on and is wet it looks clear, but it dries frosted. I'm very happy with the results. It ended up using 1 can and 1 coat from a second can. If I would have used the film/linings for the windows it would have cost me at least $80.
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product and it's Easy to use! We decided to use Rustoleum's Frosted Glass spray paint for our oval window in one of our bathrooms. We taped up the edges and the trim around the window, cleaned the window thoroughly with window cleaner, let it dry for 5 minutes and then started frosting. It was so easy! The spray paint smells terrible so make sure you have a nose mask and good ventilation. We did 4 light coats on our window and allowed each coat to dry for 10 minutes before applying the next coat. The window looks absolutely perfect. Tomorrow we're going to do a really cool frosted design on our sliding glass doors for privacy from our neighbors. Great product!
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well. Works well for Intended purpose. Are there fumes? Yes. Will it go on blotchy if you don't know what you're doing? Yes. Will it scrape off? Yes. Don't know what people are expecting, but it's spray paint. You're painting glass. You're going to get overspray, and since glass won't actually absorb color, you're going to be able to scrape it off. It's not etching in a can, nor is it one coat latex. Keep can moving fairly fast. You're not painting to the window edge, you're painting 2 inches past the window edge. Light fast coats. 4 or 5. Up, down. Left, right. Then circles. You need to add randomness coat to keep the overlap on the straight strokes from looking like rows of corn. Easy as eating pancakes.
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I've used this product three times, I've never been able to make it look even, and just now in th... I've used this product three times, I've never been able to make it look even, and just now in the last 2% of my project it spat out a huge glob onto my glass table, ruining everything and wasting about four hours of my time.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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