Frosting Glass Blocks

Could someone help. I put rub-ons on a glass block and then sprayed it with Rustoleum Frost spray and it cracked and bubbled. Please help.

By Lisa from Canada

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Frosting Glass Blocks

My suggestion is to have the glass block inside for a day so the block won't be so cold. Secondly, always spray in a well ventilated area. I spray my blocks prior to adhering photos or decals. I have found that it takes several coats to get it to the "can't see through it" level. I would buy two or three kinds of spray. Some are better that others. Don't get in a hurry. Wear a mask when spraying. (01/12/2010)

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