Entryways take a lot of abuse. Mud, water, snow and dirt all get tracked into an entryway. Pets add another dimension – especially if they’re given to shaking off their muddy, wet coats! You can dress up your entryway quickly and inexpensively by creating a glass or Plexiglas liner for the walls.
Backpainting the glass or Plexiglas prior to laminating it to the walls will ensure that your entryway will always look fresh and cheerful, and cleanup will be a snap!
Got a small dining nook, powder room or other similar space that needs a little attention? You can provide a splash of color by applying a backpainted glass or Plexiglas surface to the walls. Both glass and Plexiglas are inexpensive and can be precisely cut to fit your space. Glassprimer glass paint can provide coverage for about $1 per square foot. It’s highly economical, requires no special tools to apply or mount, and can be added to, modified or removed easily. It’s a great way to decorate a rental space, and it’s easy to remove when the lease is up.
Glassprimer glass paint is a specialized glass coating that bonds permanently to glass surfaces. GlassPrimer also makes a glass surface molecular activator that is designed to work with UV-inkjet glass printing processes. Glassprimer glass paint can be used in both interior and exterior applications and can help reduce solar heat gain in some applications. For more information about Glassprimer glass paint, please visit the rest of our site. If you’d like to purchase Glassprimer glass paint, please visit our online store .
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