Anybody have any suggestions? – Michael
Hi Michael I have tried spray paint acrylics and oil. I just find oil a very weak acrylic, it is too thick for this project, and will not stay clear. I thought I should try spray and see if that helps. I also use a brush to make tiny spots on the sides of the window. If you want to take it up a notch, then you probably should use mineral spirits for this stuff, the oil and acrylics I find much easier. I also don’t think water is the best solution because they tend to dry out. If you wish to spray it, I used this trick by the book: Take one gallon of spray paint and spray it on any surface you choose. Leave it for about a minute until you can move the brush on top of the paint. I use a large paintbrush to make small spots, but I do find that with a small brush that the paint won’t go into the spots. I only use one tube of spray and I usually keep one in a larger container next to the window. I use the smaller container, as when the tube gets full, it is hard to get the paint onto the other things next to the window. I haven’t tried any of the other solutions, so I think if I tried anything else, I would just loose some paint and not be able to get as close with the spray, and have the problem with the paint not adhering to the side of the window.
Thanks for any help to anyone out there that can answer. I have tried other suggestions, but they just don’t work.
I found this post on my blog from a friend from Michigan, who has a white glass window on their porch, and I have searched the internet for help on building the window in the house. The directions in the post on his blog have a lot of questions, so I would like to share my little experience for how to do it. I have had this window for about 3 or 4 years to start and planing for a second window, but it doesn’t really need any of your suggestions. The post below gives a detailed tutorial on how to build your own white glass window on your porch. Here’s what the page says on building a white window: It is a project worth exploring. The first step is to purchase a quality wood panel that is 2-3 feet long. Then you will need some 2-3 feet of sheet metal, preferably made from some type of frame. Next
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