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Old 05-28-2012, 06:25 PM   #1
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Recently purchased a new house. The windows in both bathrooms, next to the shower, ad clear windows. Is there a way to "frost" these windows without replacing them. Or is the best option to simply replace them?

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Sand blasting the glass will "frost" them. Also, I have seen plastic adhesive sheets that will give the frosted look.

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Easiest way is going to be the applied films.

If the windows are newish, you could swap out the sashes as well.
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Lowes and HD both carry some window films.
If you go on line there dozens of differant styles avalible from stained glass to frosted.
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Another vote for the window film. I have it on our bathroom window. Easy to put on. Easy to take off it you get tired of it.
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Many thanks. Will give that a try

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