How do I put contact paper on my windows for privacy?

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  • Hi Cecilia, my father-in-law got a special reflective material at Lowe's for his bathroom windows. Once applied (like Contac paper) it made a mirrored finish on the outside that couldn't be seen through easily. You can also buy "frosted" spray paint and paint your windows if you can't find a contac paper you like. Good luck!

  • Dmholt4391 Dmholt4391 on Jul 20, 2019

    Home depot has an assortment of the clear but stenciled contact. In the search window for Home depot type: d-c-fix window film. It comes in several sizes so maybe this will help you.

  • Craft Invaders Craft Invaders on Jul 21, 2019

    This post is really comprehensive

    https://www.hometalk.com/diy/windows-doors/windows/how-to-use-contact-paper-to-make-a-beautiful-privacy-window-27632620

  • Ellis Ellis on Jul 22, 2019

    I used Contact brand with a diamond pattern that only allows light through, but obscures views in and out. It worked very well on front door glass and on basement windows, and it lasted many years. Hint: it's sometimes tough to get all the bubbles out when you apply the Contact to glass. If there are any real stubborn bubbles, take a very fine sewing needle and poke a tiny hole in them, then burnish the Contact paper--the bubble will disappear.