About Glass Paint

Glassprimer™ glass paint is scientifically formulated with a unique glass surface molecular altering chemical complex (nanotechnology) along with UV protective compounds, various high performance alkyds and other premium components. This combination ensures a true permanent paint to glass bond along with great durability and color fade resistance.  Back Painted glass is a difficult glass product to acquire in the United States since only a small handful of companies offer back painted glass, not to mention most of these companies do not supply you with a permanently bonded color coating like Glassprimer™ glass paint. The high prices per square foot, high priced shipping charges, undependable small company turnaround and quality control of back painted glass also make it extremely difficult to work with.  We are offering you the chance to easily paint glass yourself! When using Glassprimer™ glass paint it is easy to achieve finished back painted glass for less than $3.00 per square foot!

Glassprimer™ glass paint users say Glassprimer™ glass paint  is “tough as nails”

**Back painted glass is a modern, sleek and hygienic alternative to tiles and laminates.

**Glassprimer™ glass paint can be conveniently applied with a roller or paint sprayer!

With Glassprimer™ glass paint there is never paint /glass delaminating issues due to atmospheric moisture and temperature changes commonly seen in glass. When using Glassprimer™ glass paint, sandblasting or obscuring the glass surface is not required to help bond the glass paint. Glassprimer™ glass paint has a superior bond and far outlasts sandblasted / painted glass.

With Glassprimer™ glass paint you will be able to drill, cut, edge and install your back painted glass the same as mirror!

**tip: Painted glass is best installed using clear glazing acid free (neutral cure) silicone glue and double sided tape.

Free color matching! Glassprimer™  glass paint can be matched to all Benjamin Moore & Sherwin Williams color lines along with most other large paint manufacturing color lines.

GlassPrimer™ glass paint allows you to change the visual characteristics of any type of glass such as: annealed glass, tempered glass, slumped glass, casted glass, laminated glass, and more.

Since Glassprimer™ glass paint has an endless range of colors, Glassprimerback™ painted glass can be used for a wide variety of applications. You can add various forms to your paint such as faux finishes, design’s and more to created an even more unique colored glass appearance.

Learn more about Glass Paint from the Glassprimer™ official website.

(Back painted glass kitchen backsplash)

Glassprimer™ Backpainted Glass FAQ’s

How do I clean GlassPrimer™ glass paint overspray on backpainted glass?

If you get over spray on the back or edges of your back painted glass there is no need to worry. Cleaning up the glass is as simple as taking light steel wool and polishing off the excess paint once it is dry. For removing larger build up of paint, it is ideal to first use single edge razor blades and acetone to get ride of the thick areas and follow with steel wool.

How do I remove imperfections in Glassprimer™ backpainted glass?

Sometimes glass is not completely cleaned, bugs or particles in the air can get on the glass surface while you are back painting the glass. The best solution to removing these types of imperfections is to wait until the back painted glass is dry. Once it is dry it is best to take 120 grit sand paper and gently sand through the paint where the imperfections exist. (don’t worry if the glass surface get obscured by the sand paper) This will remove the imperfection. Once the imperfection is removed, clean the bare glass area with rubbing alcohol. Now re-paint those areas. (color tone might seem different when the paint is wet. Once dry, the color will blend perfectly)

How do I totally remove Glassprimer™ glass paint from glass?

To remove or “strip” glassprimer glass paint from glass, lay the glass flat with the painted surface facing up, pour or spray conventional paint stripper all over the glass and let stand for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, wash the paint off with water (pressure water hose works well) and repeat if necessary. After most paint is removed, take single edge razor blades and remove the excess glass paint from the glass surface. Now the glass can be re-cleaned and re-painted with Glassprimer™ glass paint.

How do I clean Glassprimer™ glass paint from my paint gun?

We recommend acetone and a cloth to clean out your paint gun canister. Spray acetone through the paint gun for 30-60 seconds. Sometimes it is good to disassemble the paint gun and clean all of the internal parts with acetone.

How do I install GlassPrimer™ finished backpainted glass?

The industry standard for installing back-painted glass is to use neutral cure clear silicone glue and double sided glazers tape. The double sided tape serves as a temporary hold until the neutral cure clear silicone glue dries. Mirror Mastic and Liquid Nails can also be used to install Glassprimer™ glass paint back-painted glass .

What applications can Glassprimer™ glass paint be used for?

  • PAINTED GLASS ESCALATOR WALLS
  • PAINTED GLASS REFRIGERATOR DOORS
  • PAINTED GLASS LAUNDRY WALL TREATMENTS
  • PAINTED GLASS PICTURE FRAMES
  • PAINTED GLASS
    WHITE BOARDS
  • PAINTED GLASS FOYERS
  • PAINTED GLASS VANITY TOPS
  • PAINTED GLASS
    SHOWER SCREENS
  • PAINTED GLASS FURNITURE
  • PAINTED GLASS WARDROBE DOORS
  • PAINTED GLASS KITCHEN BACKSPLASH
  • PAINTED GLASS BATHROOM BACKSPLASH
  • PAINTED GLASS COMMERCIAL INTERIORS
  • PAINTED GLASS
    CABINET DOORS
  • PAINTED GLASSSIGNS
  • PAINTED GLASS MIRRORS
  • PAINTED GLASS SPA WALLS
  • PAINTED GLASS LABORATORY BACKSPLASH
  • PAINTED GLASS PARTITION
  • PAINTED GLASS TABLE TOP
  • PAINTED GLASS BENCH TOP
  • PAINTED GLASS PILLARS
  • PAINTED GLASS MIRROR BORDERS
  • PAINTED GLASS SPANDRELS
  • PAINTED GLASS STAIRS

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