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This has happened twice to me lately.Contractor wants white frost, not opaque ,to hide a buildout next to the windows.If its a wall that blocks all the light then you can't see the studs etc.But if it's a freezer that's stainless steel and right next to the window you can sort of see it.Now we have to layer it with something,but what?? They like the light but don't want opaque.Should we put another layer on all the windows.I don't think it will pass with just doing two of the eight windows, as the two will look different.So we have frost..nrmps2 ..what shall we add? Heat is not an issue and didn't notice if its tempered. Thanks

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can you put something within 3in of it and see anything?

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maybe you could experiment with some kind of white material between the freezer and the glass. something more like the color of your frost could reduce the freezer's image enough to work. it would cost nothing to try. outside of that you would be looking at another layer on all windows. ouch... I do like the suggestion someone made for dusted crystal.

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3M yamato  :poop

but you can see shadows, just not objects.

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:lol you will always see shadows as long as you have semi-transparent material on the window. Solid white is the olny way to go if it has to be white with no shadowing...

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