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Hello, so I don't know what make or anything my mini fridge is, but its a fridge that I have in my bedroom and had this for 15 years maybe? Anyway its grey and has a Glass front with the name of a beer on it. As soon as you come into my bedroom, you can see straight into the mess that is in my fridge and I really want to hide it all.

I am going/already spray painting my PC, well my mum is. I was wondering, I know that I can apparently spray paint onto Glass, but how? what do I need to do? Would it be easier to get a plastic/metal/wood sheet and attach that to the fridge door and then you won't need to prepare the Glass? What would you do? How would you do it?

I am also doing this to my PC, and Xbox One. I am going to try and aim for a Halo Theme - Spray paint it NATO Green, Gold in parts, and white templated areas (maybe with the UNSC logo). Maybe I could add some stickers to it too? not really sure, but would like some advise on how to do all of this. All of these are used near daily.
 
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You could use a tinted window vinyl on the glass , much better than paint.
 
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All good with covering the Glass, but I would like to customise it to how I want. (unless you mean paint onto the film/vinyl?)
 

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Here's an example:

Get the camo that suits you and stick that over the fridge then use more stickers on top to add the logo etc.
 
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