Glass can give you more than a unique look. Back painted glass can also be used to cover surface imperfections that make decorating difficult. Painted glass laminates can disguise missing or damaged plaster, areas that repeatedly crack or stains that seep through paint.
Painted glass laminates also work well in challenging areas of your home, like kitchens and bathrooms. These rooms are tough to work with because they regularly get wet and messy. They also happen to be the most visible rooms in the house. You need to be careful with decorating decisions in these rooms because they can seriously impact the value of the home. A solid decorating plan here can really increase the value of your house.
Glass paint is the key to success
Creating your own painted glass panels is easy when you use the right paint product and the right tools. Making your own painted glass can save thousands of dollars, and it’s easy to do.
The key to a successful glass paint project is using the right paint. Most paints won’t stick to glass, and won’t tolerate abuse of any kind. Glassprimer™ glass paint is specially formulated for use with glass. It bonds permanently to the glass surface, so it won’t fail like ordinary paints. Aside from making a permanent bond with glass, Glassprimer™ glass paint won’t fade, even when it’s exposed to direct sunlight. It also stands up to humidity – an important consideration if you plan to use it in the kitchen or bathroom.
Glassprimer™ glass paint is tintable to match the paint palette of any major paint manufacturer. You can incorporate it quickly and confidently into your decorating plan. If you’d like more information about Glassprimer™ glass paint, or you’d like to place an order, please visit the rest of our website!
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