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How can I create a lighter shade of Gallery Glass® Window Color™?
To lighten a color, mix with Crystal Clear or Snow White.
Where can I learn more about Gallery Glass Window Color?
You can learn more about this product reading the complete Gallery Glass FAQ.
How long does it take Gallery Glass Liquid Leading to dry?
Gallery Glass Liquid Leading dries to the touch in 8 hours and cures to a surface within 7 days. 
Where can I learn more about Gallery Glass Liquid Leading?
You can learn more about this product by reading the Gallery Glass FAQ.
Where can I learn more about Gallery Glass Redi-Lead Strips?
You can learn about this product by reading the Gallery Glass FAQ
Where can I see the complete line of Gallery Glass Window Color currently available?
Download the Gallery Glass Window Color Chart to view the complete line of colors available.
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.
Where can I share my love of Gallery Glass with other individuals?
You can join other Gallery Glass fans in the Gorgeous Gallery Glass group on Facebook where you can share your Gallery Glass creations, ask & answer questions, and get inspired!
On what surfaces can I apply Gallery Glass Window Color?

Gallery Glass Window Color can easily be applied to a vertical surface such as a window or interior glass door. It can also be applied horizontally such as a pane of glass to later be framed or on a preformed plastic-molded suncatcher. Gallery Glass can also be applied to Plexiglas; however, note that on Plexiglas, the product dries to a permanent finish and color cannot be replaced.

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.
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