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Bathroom cabinet

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An old glazed cabinet can be turned into a useful bathroom cabinet with spray paints. Use Glass Frosting to obscure the cabinet’s windows to keep the contents private.


You'll Need

  • Old wall or bathroom cabinet
  • Sandpaper
  • Masking tape
  • Newspaper/dust sheets
  • Primer Twist & Spray
  • Colour Twist & Spray in Pacific Blue Gloss and White Satin
  • Glass Frosting

Hints & Tips

It is important to make sure the glass is clean, free from grease and dry before spraying.

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Step by step guide

  • Lightly sand the cabinet to remove any flaking paint or varnish, then clean away any dust with a damp cloth. Use soapy water to remove any grease or dirt from the glass. Allow to dry.

  • Use masking tape on the glazed doors to create your design. We made a border around the perimeter of the glass and two crosses in the centre.

  • Mask your spraying area with dust sheets or newspaper either in a well-ventilated room or outside.Spray the glass lightly with the Glass Frosting and allow to dry.

  • Cover the dry glass panels with newspaper, fixing with masking tape, and mask off any handles or key mountings.

  • Apply several fine layers of PlastiKote Twist & Spray Colour in Pacific Blue, following instructions on the can. When dry, spray the outside with PlastiKote Twist & Spray White Satin. When thoroughly dry, remove the tape and newspaper.

  • Note: Always follow usage instruction on the reverse of the can.

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