Windows let in light and clean air, but they also leave rooms exposed to the gaze of whoever’s walking past. Curtains or shades are the apparent privacy solution in most rooms but at others, such as bathrooms, traditional window coverings do not always work. You may replace your window glass with the frosted or etched selection, but that can be very expensive and it is not feasible for renters. Luckily, frosted clear contact paper delivers a quick, simple and affordable alternative.

Clean your window with glass cleaner and a cloth. Allow it to dry completely.

Measure your window and notice the dimensions of every pane.

Roll out your touch paper face. Mark the width and length of every window on the paper backing and cut it. Cut more than one sheet in case your window folder’s dimensions exceed the width of the paper.

Carefully peel back a corner of the paper’s press and backing on the touch paper on a upper corner of your window pane. Peel the backing from the rest of the paper’s top edge, and press the paper against the upper edge of your window, across to another corner, pulling it tight as you move to prevent wrinkles.

Slowly pull the rest of the capital a little at a time and then continue to press the touch paper from your glass. Pull your right edge along the adhered surface since you go to get rid of any air bubbles. Continue doing this until the window is completely covered.

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