FastMasQ also acts as a primer, so if you are using translucent stain, the stain will adhere but you may see a color variation from where the FastMasQ is applied. If you are using an opaque stain then it will cover over the FastMaQ. Like anything else, it's aways best to test it on a sample area.
Just like any other paint, you will need to prepare the window first and sand if you have old paint that is peeling in order for the FastMasQ to adhere and act as a primer.
Great Question...Yes you can use as a privacy coating, but be prepared that it will be difficult to remove if it stays on past 6 weeks. If you do wish to remove the product after a long period of time, you can use warm (not hot as you could crack the glass) water to assist in the removal process. Tint Formula: Yes you can tint the FastMasq, It is recommended you go to your local paint store 5 ounces per gallon 1.25 ounces per quart
The FastMasQ product does not react well to water and the paint could seep in under the coating. I would remove and start again
Yes it can be used as a primer over “cured” glazing, however, glazing does take a few weeks to cure.
Yes you can use the FastMasQ product on slick door knobs, but you must be aware if your door knobs have any screw holes or other small crevices, the FastMasQ product will also seep in and become very difficult to remove.
Stain should not be applied on top of FastMasQ. Stain is meant to penetrate into the wood, FastMasQ seals the wood, thus the stain will not be able to penetrate as intended.
This product does not emit fumes, it is odourless and water based with a very low VOC under <50g/l
Yes you can apply a primer on top of the Masking Liquid, and a topcoat, and peel off the Masking Liquid. However, FastMasq already acts as a primer so I am not sure why the primer coat is necessary as it is typically not needed
No. Frosted glass typically has a texture or profile to it. Masking Liquid will be difficult to peel from these types of surfaces.