Here's a picture... Like shenendoah said, if peeling or scratching aren't a concern, then you can use pretty much any finish. I've used acrylic lacquer on glass that was enclosed on the back and it worked fine as long as the glass was installed carefully. "> What type of paint for glass? - WOODWEB's Finishing Forum WOODWEB's Professional Finishing - Message


 

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