How to Install Stained Glass Windows
Stained glass windows are usually installed on existing windows to provide protection and support for stained glass.
Fix the colored glass in place using silicone or wood trim.
According to Kessler Studio, the total size of stained glass windows should not exceed 14 linear perimeter feet.
Larger windows than this may require custom frames to accommodate color glass plates of such size.
Clean both sides of existing windows and stained glass.
Keep the stained glass windows in place to ensure it is installed correctly.
There should be 1/8-
Inch gap between frame and color glass.
Place a few masking tape from the frame to the stained glass to secure it in place.
Cut the cardboard about 1/4 wide into small pieces and place it around the stained glass as an interval for the window frame.
Carefully squeeze the silicone to the position on the edge of the stained glass.
Clean up any residual silicone stains using toilet paper.
Smooth the silicone in place with your fingers if needed.
Fill the cardboard out, but don\'t stick it on it, so it won\'t stick in place.
When the caulking is dried to provide a vent, the cardboard will be removed to prevent the accumulation of condensate between the windows.
As David GOM described, fold a piece of cardboard into an accordion shape, better colored glass, and secure it in a window by using a masking tape that extends from frame to frame.
Place a few masking tape at both ends of the long piece to help secure it in place.
Let the Silicone dry for at least 24 hours, then remove the small cardboard strips, masking tape and cardboard accordion.
Clean both sides of existing windows and stained glass panels.
Measure and cut 1/2
Inch wood gasket and install it on a wooden frame opposite the existing window glass.
Measure and cut wood trim.
Lay the stained glass windows against the spacers.
Fix the wood decoration on colored glass with small nails.