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Stencil on windows

Posted by mzdee (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 25, 09 at 19:07

I have 2 second bathroom windows that face the street. I bought some frosted glass spray and some stencils with the idea of having a semi-privacy kind of thing. Now it occurs to me that I really don't know what I'm doing. Has anyone done this or have ideas about how to get it done? My big question is what to do about stencil coverage. The stencil will allow me to do about 6x6 inches at a time. How do I continue the pattern without abrupt change lines?


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RE: Stencil on windows

Make sure you spray very light coats, heavy coats may run. If the stencil is a running pattern, you can overlap.. so that it would look like one continuous pattern. That depends on the particular stencil you have though. Hope that makes sense.


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RE: Stencil on windows

Mzdee, here is a website you might want to check out..

http://www.ehow.com/how_2293803_frost-clear-glass-shower-doors.html
Huggy


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