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Rust-Oleum Frosted glass White Matt Spray paint 400 ml
Ideal for multi surface, this White matt matt frosted glass spray paint from the Frosted glass range by Rust-Oleum has been specially designed to give a stunning finish to around your home. Simply apply and leave for 24 hours to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers 2 m² per litre on average.
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|Coverage||2 m² per litre|
|Drying time||24 hours|
|Touch dry time||10 minutes|
|Litre capacity (ml)||400ml|
Pussy321 - 1 year ago
I was very disappointed with this product, it took a lot of coats to give a frosted look and the fumes were unbearable.
Even with the windows open the room smelled of chemicals for days.
Use the sticky back sheet kind instead
Didn't work for me
StuBing - 3 years ago
Bought this to use on a window, but it's impossible to get even coverage and always looks patchy from the dark side of the glass. One covers about 1/4 sq m.
FenDIYer - 4 years ago
I'm so disappointed with this product. I applied to my bathroom window following the instructions exactly, after the second coat it dried quite nicely. It was fairly even and had a good frosted look. However, this morning, after a cold night, there was condensation on my window. When I looked closely, I could see little cracks in the paint. When I tried to wipe off the water with a cloth, patches of the paint just flaked and wiped off. Now it looks awful. It seems that this product is not suitable for any windows that will get damp. Very poor and is not fit for purpose.
Not very good
DIY24 - 6 years ago
Tried to use this to frost up some glass jars so that they'd diffuse light when candles are in them.
The spay was very concentrated and went on really patchy and was runny. The jar then stuck to the plastic bag, the spray didn't dry very well and ended up a sticky mess.
Going to try contact paper now.
Diyruss - 7 years ago
Ok, so I read the other person's review of this & thought that they didn't know what they were doing. I'll use it & get an even, professional looking finish. How wrong could I be?
Firstly let me start by saying that I consider myself a competent DIY-er.
I bought this to increase the opacity of the bathroom window. I followed the instructions on the can to the letter and now I am left with a weird patchy effect that is smooth and 100% transparent in some areas and rough and 'frosty' in other areas. I now have the unenviable task of scraping it off as the results look awful.
Terrible product, I'm surprised B&Q sell it. Please don't buy this!