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Old 06-14-2015, 08:30 PM   #1
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Frosted Glass

Our main bathroom, in the rear of the coach has a window with worn out miniblinds over it.. We wanted to be rid of the blinds but that left clear glass bathroom window.. We found this product,

https://www.rustoleum.com/product-ca...d-glass-spray/


at home depot and following the direction it made a perfect frosted glass window.. it goes on clear and drys in 10 min frosted.. I put 3 coats on and then the wife made some curtains..
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Our main bathroom, in the rear of the coach has a window with worn out miniblinds over it.. We wanted to be rid of the blinds but that left clear glass bathroom window.. We found this product,

https://www.rustoleum.com/product-ca...d-glass-spray/


at home depot and following the direction it made a perfect frosted glass window.. it goes on clear and drys in 10 min frosted.. I put 3 coats on and then the wife made some curtains..

Modern technology is great! I use a film from Home Depot to frost our door and bathroom windows in between the bedroom and bathroom. You spray paint woulda been much quicker!
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Personally, I like looking out the window whilst seated on my throne! The tinted windows provide privacy as long as the light is out. Me? I'd get a new shade. Try Home Depot rather than an RV store. Much cheaper and better looking.
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