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painting glass

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 7, 11 at 15:29

I would like to paint the bottom glass at the bottom of my greenhouse. I need to hide the mess... Can i paint glass with regular paint ?
TX


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RE: painting glass

IIRC there is a special shade paint for greenhouses that's not toxic for plants and pretty easy to remove if/when desired.
Oil primer will really stick to glass. You can topcoat with acrylic.
Casey


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RE: painting glass

Oil primer will really stick to glass. You can topcoat with acrylic.

SOME will some will not
Most any BONDING primer, oil or acrylic will


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RE: painting glass

I used a spray paint for "frosting glass" on the lower bathroom windows. It looks nice, but it would scrape off if you scratched it. I think one can would go a long way. Just an idea
Karen


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