Some surfaces are notoriously difficult to work with. If you don’t know your options, you might think that glass is one of them. If you’re looking for a new decorating option that’s easy and cost effective, consider painting glass.
Painting glass made easy
Glass is an ideal surface for both commercial and residential applications. It’s easy to shape, install, clean and maintain. Thanks to Glassprimer™, you can also paint it and achieve exceptional results.
If your project involves painting glass, you’ll need a paint that’s specially formulated to make a permanent bond with the glass surface. Glass doesn’t take ordinary paint because glass isn’t an ordinary surface. Ordinary paint needs a porous surface to make a bond, but glass isn’t porous. While you can apply regular paint to glass, and it will dry on the glass. Unfortunately, regular paint will not permanently adhere to glass. Using ordinary paint on glass amounts to wasting time and money to achieve less-than-optimal results.
Glassprimer™ glass paint modifies the nanosurface of glass. It enables the paint to bond permanently with the surface of the glass. Once the paint is cured, it will not chip, fade or peel, even in challenging environments like the kitchen or bathroom.
Painted glass works just as well in commercial applications. Glassprimer™ glass paint is UV resistant, which means it won’t fade even when exposed to direct sunlight. It offers exceptional performance in conference rooms, offices and other location where light control and privacy are desired.
Painting glass is also cost effective. With Glassprimer™ glass paint, you can achieve excellent coverage for about $1 per square foot. Compared to true frosted glass, painted glass can offer significant savings.
If you’d like more information about creating painted glass for your home, office or commercial space, or you’d like to order Glassprimer™ glass paint, please visit our website.
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