Affix painter's tape to the edges of the window glass to keep paint off the windows. Place the painter's tape 1/16-inch away from the glaze so that a thin line of paint covers the glass --- this creates an effective seal over the window glaze.
Apply the primer over the window glaze using the paintbrush. Prime the entire glaze and wood surface of the window. Ensure the primer covers the glaze in a thin and even layer. Allow the primer to dry completely.
Paint the window surface with the exterior paint. Cover the entire primed surface with paint and allow the paint to dry completely.
Remove the painter's tape from the glass. You should have a neat line of paint extending onto the window glass 1/16 inch.
Things You Will Need
- Painter's tape
- Latex exterior primer
- Latex exterior paint
- 1-inch paintbrush
- Some window glazes require a short curing period before painting, and others require as long as two weeks. Follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully or you risk painting the glaze before it hardens sufficiently. This could lead to cracked paint.