Glass paint is a specialty coating that’s designed to bond directly to glass surfaces. Unlike regular paint, glass paint modifies the glass surface to promote permanent adhesion. Once cured, the paint will not chip, fade or peel, even in high humidity conditions.
Glass paint is the ideal coating for glass surfaces like tabletops and glass backsplashes. In office settings, glass paint can be used to control light, heat and visibility without fading or delaminating. The paint is heat resistant to 350°F, and forms a permanent bond with the glass surface. This makes it ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms and other demanding environments.
Glass paint can transform ordinary float glass into a work of art! Use backpainted glass to laminate walls, counter areas, or cabinet faces. It’s also safe for use on tempered glass surfaces. The product can be tinted to match the color palette of virtually any major paint manufacturer, so you can be confident that it will perfectly color-match standard paints you use on porous surfaces.
Glass paint is also UV-resistant. It will not fade or delaminate, even when exposed to direct sunlight. When applied according to manufacturer’s instructions in interior locations, the paint is guaranteed to perform for 10 years!
Glass paint provides exceptional coverage on glass and non-porous surfaces for about $1 per square foot. It also requires no special tools for application, and cleans up easily with paint thinners. Glass paint comes in low-VOC oil-based and water-based formulations. This means you can use low-odor glass paint safely and comfortably in interior spaces.
Glass paint also makes a great alternative to more expensive, traditional frosted glass. True frosted glass is created by chemically or mechanically abrading a glass surface. Frosted glass offers good light transmission and privacy, but it can be expensive. Glass paint can create that beautiful frosted effect less expensively using existing glass. Please visit the rest of the site to learn more about glass paint or to place an order.