I need to obscure a plate glass window during renovations. Have seen a
white, milky, liquid substance applied which yields a translucent
barrier on the window.
Can you tell me what this substance is, and how easy is it to remove?
Around here, people just go down to the newspaper, and buy stub rolls of
newsprint, and use that and painter's tape. Of course, for the rich stores
out at the mall, they keep a stock of pre-made panels sitting out back
(lotsa turnover) and build a temporary wall, painted all pretty, several
feet out from the glass. (They make them change it all between tenants, and
even make long term tenants change their frontage every X years. And they
wonder why they are half-vacant the last few years?)
Don't make it complicated- use whatever is cheap and convenient. Any
particular reason you don't want the customers watching, and getting curious
and anxious for opening day? Or is this something other than a store?
Frankly I think some BIG COMING SOON A ALL NEW AND IMPROVED XXXXX
Sign may be more useful than plain old white wash.
People will be walking by and looking use the opportunity to get them
thinking of what wonderful junk they will be buying from your store:)
Actually, if this was my store, I'd put an almost naked woman in the
window, waving at people, with a sign that says "Coming Soon" over her
People will be waiting in line for the store to open.... :)
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