How can I paint my car windows?

We’re doing a birthday parade for my friend this year. I really want to decorate my car windows with paint, but I’ve never done it before. What’s the best way to paint car windows?

Answer
A birthday parade sounds awesome—and painting your car windows is a great way to decorate!
Generally, you can use water-based acrylic paint to decorate your car windows. Any craft store carries this paint, as well as the paintbrushes you’ll need to get the job done.
It’s best to use bright colors or mix other colors with white to get a more pastel shade that will show up clearer on your windows.
I know it’s the less fun part to think about, but I’m betting you’ll want to remove the paint at some point after the parade. The good news is it’s pretty easy!
The best way to take paint off a car window is with a razor blade and standard window cleaner. Just be sure to keep the blade far away from your car’s paint!
Once you’ve sorted out your car decorations, take some time to sort out your car insurance as well. Lots of drivers are overpaying by hundreds of dollars—you could be, too! Find out for sure with the Jerry app.
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Chloe Jenkins
Answered on Nov 11, 2021
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