How to make your own glass windows in your house and avoid the problems of cracked glass and scratches?
I know it’s hard to do, especially since the window itself is not made from glass.
But that’s the beauty of glass—it is so easy to work with and repair.
I found out how to make my own glass window with the help of a local glass shop, and I’ve since bought several more.
Here are the steps: Step 1: Pick a glass window Step 2: Cut out the glass window using a 1/2-inch drill bit, and sand it down with a 2-inch piece of hardwood sandpaper.
Step 3: Drill holes into the bottom of the window.
Step 4: Apply the sandpaper and sand with a 1-inch section of glass, and carefully align the holes with the glass.
Step 5: Screw the glass in place with a small bit of 1/4-inch thick metal tape.
The glass should fit snugly into the window, so that it won’t pop open if you move it.
And don’t worry if the glass is a bit cracked.
You can still see the glass and remove it easily with the tap of a finger.
You can also replace the glass with a cheaper piece of glass that will fit in a hole in the back of the home.