Forum Title: Privacy with new bathroom window
I just had new windows installed on my house. The bathroom has a window right in the shower about shoulder high. I need to find a way to cover the glass to provide privacy, but still allow light to filter through. I tried the frosted window film, but it didn't work the way I wanted it to. What else can I use that won't damage the new glass?
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: ANDREA REYES (Madison, WI), 01/29/2019

Not familiar with that brand, but triple glazing suggests a quality window. Since they were likely state of the art at the time, I would say you are best to leave well enough alone. Storms will likely not make much difference, if you can still find any. And they will likely only come in stock sizes.

- JAIME RAMSEY (Warren, MI), 02/01/2019

There are also spray glass frosting products available in paint sections of most hardware stores.

- JESSICA LEWIS (Jacksonville, FL), 02/14/2019

This is something the installing company should have absolutely known to do...or at least ask you about it. Depending on the type of window (double hung or slider) it would be pretty simple and relatively inexpensive to swap the sashes. If a double hung, you could replace just the lower sash in about 30 seconds... Every manufacturer offers a multitude of glass options (frosted, hammered, rain glass, etc). The film in a semi wet environment like that might be a problem.

- SHANNON BURKE (Roswell, GA), 02/09/2019

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