(Boston, MA, USA)
I’m wondering how durable glass paint/faux leading is giving shifting temperatures? Or, if some glass paint brands are better for this than others?
For example, I want to paint/lead on the inside of a window that doesn’t get direct sunlight- but I’m in the NE and it can get quite cold (usually around 30*, but it was 10* this week). In the summer, we don’t usually sizzle (usually 80* ish, but we have higher 90* higher heat waves once or twice a summer.)
I don’t want to make something beautiful for it to peel away in a month or 2! Thanks!
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