covering a see thru glass with material. How would I do that?
It depends on the material but I'm thinking Mod Podge would be your best bet.
This is decoupage, just apply to the glass and then add your material:
It depends on its location and function. If it won't be near heat, use a low temp glue gun. If in heat use E3000 that won't melt. In moderate temps use decoupage mix.
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Hi Sharon: First, wash your glass with soapy water to get any grease off, or use white vinegar. You can use a mix of 1/2 Elmers glue and 1/2 water. Of course, it won't be waterproof. Hope this helps. Good luck
I thought of this project when I read your question. Hope it helps:
I would think Mod Podge since it is a water based sealer, glue and finish all in one.
Buy a tube of silicone. I've used it to attach fishtank glass panels to the stainless steel corners and it held excellently!
Mod Podge would probably be the best way.