A little over a decade ago, I was working on a project where I needed to paint a window glaze using a process called vinyl window panning.
I had already started using glass for glazing my own house in 2003, but this was a big leap forward for me.
I had a couple of options for glazes to paint on vinyl.
I could use acrylics for glaze, which I did with a couple colors, or I could opt for a spray paint that I had on hand.
I chose spray paint because it was more durable than acrylic and because it required less work.
I wanted to paint my windows with this paint, so I decided to do the job myself.
After a lot of research, I found that spray paint works well on vinyl, as long as it is dry.
But I didn’t have a lot to go on, so it took some trial and error to figure out what to do.
Before we get started, let’s talk about what vinyl is.
Vinyl is a durable, water-based vinyl.
It’s very flexible, meaning that it can bend in a variety of ways, and it can be made from almost any material.
For glazing vinyl windows, you will need some sort of adhesive.
You can use spray paint, a glaze pad, or some other material.
For my first attempt at vinyl painting on vinyl windows , I used acrylic.
The paint was applied on top of a thin layer of spray paint on a thin strip of glass.
After a few coats of spray-on paint, I had a pretty good idea what I was doing.
The acrylic glaze that I applied was a clear blue that I thought would make it easier to work with.
The acrylic glazed vinyl had a light, clear blue shimmer, but it didn’t look shiny.
It was pretty dark, but I didn