- posted 10 years ago
I?ve got a query relating to glass surfaces. I?ve noticed that glaziers can fit special non-reflective glass to picture frames. I?ve felt the surface of this special type of glass, and it is very very slightly rough. It is perfectly clear and the picture can be seen perfectly, but there is no glare or reflection visible. I wanted to know whether or not this special type of non-reflective glass "fogs up" in warm humid conditions. Perhaps the slightly rough surface may prevent condensation forming? If a mixture of ultra fine glass bead powder and clear acrylic lacquer (and lacquer thinners) was sprayed evenly on a glass surface, this would result in a very fine rough surface. Could this possibly prevent fogging/condensation on the surface?