i need to make some windows temporarily obscured.
is there a spray on product for this?
they don't need to be completely opaque, just fogged
enough that people can't see in during the day.
They used to sell contact paper that was "frosted" that worked very good for
what you are describing. I've seen people use that spray "snow" to do the
same thing, though I don't think you will find any this time of the year...
"Glass Wax" glass cleaner - it's the stuff that used to be used with
stencils to put Christmas decorations on windows. It dries opaque, then can
be wiped off when you're ready. And you get clean windows as a bonus!
Go to www.chaseproducts.com, Chase Products is the manufacturer of
"spray snow" and other permenant and temporary glass frosting products.
All of their products are on the website, they make just about any
kind of aerosol known to man.
Glass Wax was the stuff used long ago to cover empty store windows, but
I haven't noticed it on store shelves in a long time. I would probably
tape white plastic sheet or newspaper, although they would not look
great from outside.
Most newspaper print plants sell stub rolls of newsprint very cheaply. A
roll of that and some tape will fix you right up, and not make a frigging
mess to clean up, like anything you spray or smear on the glass would be.
It'll still let enough light in to navigate around the room when needed.
At Menards, they sell a 'spray on' type of frost. I've done this to my
front and back doors because they have windows that you can see through
them. It worked really well, and says that it's removable. I haven't
tried removing it because I like it, but it does look like it would
come off fairly well with some mineral spirits.
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