Window frosting is an effective way to create privacy. It is also a good way to reduce the amount of light that can enter through the glass. Glaze a window is not hard to do, but it takes time and effort to do it right.
Instructions of window frosting:
The cleaner the glass, the better frosted film will look like, and stick to the window. Pour a liter of distilled water in a spray bottle. Add two drops of baby shampoo. Screw the syringe and gently shake the bottle to mix. Spray the entire glass with the cleaning solution. Use a scraper to clean the windows. Fold a paper towel into a square. Fold edges inwardly to reduce the risk of leaving lint. Use the edges of the towel to reach into corners and edges. Measure the length and width of the window frosting. Add 1/2 inch in length and width. Spray the window glass lightly with cleaning solution. Slightly bend the corner of the frosting film and separate the film from the backing sheet. Spray the sticky side with additional cleaning solution. Apply frosting film lightly with cleaning solution. Run a squeegee over the glaze film. Scrape from top to bottom, and from left to right in order to release water. Spray film is easily recognized. Remove excess glaze trim away from the window. Fold a clean paper towel around the edge of the credit card.