SCREEN PAINT FOR GLASS INSTALLATION
Working conditions: ambient temperature 5° – 35°C, relative humidity 85% or less
Applicator: spray equipment (PRO paint needed) or paint roller (DIY paint needed)
Application: 1 time only
Undersurface: surface cleanup required
The following equipment is required for flawless installation of projection screen paint on glass:
- screen paint
- technical alcohol
- paint tray
- masking tape
- paint roller with handle (DIY version)
- spray equipment (PRO version)
- paper or textile towels
Examine the condition of the selected surface to be used for projection. Choose a suitable location for the future screen before painting begins.
Thoroughly clean the inside of the area you want to paint with technical alcohol. Moisture, grease and dust can cause stains if not removed beforehand.
Use masking tape to cover adjacent areas that you do not wish to paint.
The best conditions for painting the projection screen paint are on cloudy days or away from direct sunlight. During direct sunlight, defects may occur after the paint has dried due to painting on a hot surface.
Shake the projection screen paint for glass sharply in the bottle before opening. After opening, pour the projection screen paint into the paint tray (DIY version) or into the spray equipment (PRO version).
6. Step (DIY)
7. Step (DIY)
Paint the projection screen paint, DIY-version, on the prepared and cleaned surface from the inside. Paint with vertical movements (top to bottom and bottom to top). You can overlap each roller stroke several times to achieve the most homogeneous area. Even after repeated overlapping of the roller strokes, streaks may remain, but these are naturally absorbed during drying.
If the projection paint has exceeded the unwanted surface outside the masking tape, remove the projection paint with a tissue or cloth immediately.
6.-7. Step (PRO)
Remove the masking tape immediately after painting the projection screen paint before drying (removing the masking tape after the projection paint has dried may cause the paint to “tear” from the surface).
Allow the projection paint to dry for about 30 minutes (the exact time depends on weather conditions, especially temperature and humidity).
Install the projector and set the projector to a painted surface with a projection screen paint for glass.
Start a slideshow, video, or live stream.