(Closed) How to use frosting spray?

posted 7 years ago in DIY
Post # 4
68 posts
Worker bee

You’re talking about the frosting spray that’s basically like a translucent white paint to give the glass a foggy look, right, not the etching liquid?  I’ve used it on a couple of projects before.  I found that it works nicely if you hold the spray bottle or canister far enough away from the glass piece so that it is just getting misted lightly.  Then, let it dry for a few minutes until it’s at least tacky before giving it another coat (if you want it closer to opaque).  One brand I used had a pretty strong mist, so I was holding it about 2 feet away from the glass.  Another brand only needed to be about 8-10 inches away.  There will be a lot of overspray (so do this outside and away from anything you don’t want to be frosted).  Unfortunately, this results in a lot of wasted product so depending on the number of luminaries you are making, you may need more frosting spray than you originally thought.  I liked “Krylon Frosted Glass Paint

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