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FAQs

How do I remove Gallery Glass® Window Color™ from fabrics or other surfaces?
Paint spilled on clothing may be removed with soap and water. Paint on woodwork can be removed with a damp rag. Do not allow spilled paint to dry.
Are Gallery Glass products okay for kids to use?
Gallery Glass Window Color is a non-toxic, water-based product line perfect for children’s art projects such as preformed sun catchers, or magnet photo frames with adult supervision. The AP Seal on all Gallery Glass products indicates they are non-toxic and safe.
Do you need to use a sealer over Gallery Glass® Window Color™ or Liquid Leading™?
Gallery Glass Protective Sealer is recommended for all projects, especially window clings and designs in high humidity areas. The sealer will resist dust and fingerprint impressions as well as protect against condensation in moist areas.
Can Gallery Glass® Window Color™ be used outdoors?
Gallery Glass ® is NOT RECOMMENDED for:
  • Outdoor use
  • Surfaces in environments that are not temperature controlled (storm doors, automobiles, motor homes)
  • Surfaces that are in frequent contact with water or heavy condensation, such as shower doors.
Don't apply Window Color to surfaces when temperatures are lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Extremes in temperature during application and curing process can cause cracking and distortion. May fade in sunlight.
Why does the Gallery Glass® Window Color™ in my bottle seem thin and have lots of bubbles?
Do not shake Window Color™ bottles. It does not need mixing and shaking will thin it too much for vertical application. If a quantity of bubbles is visible in a bottle, tap it firmly on the table a few times to remove them. If a bottles does get shaken up, allow it to rest overnight before using it.
How can I get a cracked glass look with Gallery Glass®?
Crackled glass textures are a popular look for both antique and contemporary decorating. You can create the look of textured, cracked glass with Gallery Glass® Crackle Medium.
Simply paint your project with Window Color and let dry. Then brush Crackle Medium over the area(s) to be crackled. The thicker the application of Crackle Medium, the more prominent the cracks will be. When applying Crackle Medium, use even brush strokes. Do not overlap strokes or reapply to a completed area or cracking will not appear.
How can I create the look of etched glass with Gallery Glass®?
The look of etched designs can be created with Gallery Glass® etching Medium along with stencils. It's perfect for adding elegant etched patterns to windows, entryways and decorative accessories.
Simply place desired stencil on window or surface using stencil tape or adhesive, then pounce or brush on Etching Medium. Peel stencil away to reveal pattern.
What can I do about the bubbles that appear in my Gallery Glass® project?
Where possible, tapping the back of a freshly painted surface will help pop fine bubbles. Larger bubbles can be removed by combing or stroking back and forth in straight lines through the paint with the tip of the bottle or the combing tool. We recommend leaving the small bubbles in Crystal Clear as they add to the cathedral-glass look.
How do you create a "blended" look with two colors of Gallery Glass® Window Color™?
On our patterns, there are dotted lines and arrows in some sections. Fill in each side of the dotted line with the desired color. While wet, comb the paint in the direction of the arrows.
Do I need to clean my surface or window before applying Gallery Glass® Window Color™?
Yes. Prior to beginning your project, clean surface with window cleaner and dry thoroughly.
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