Frosting is to adhere glass color glaze powder of a certain size on the product glass. After baking at a high temperature of 580~600℃, the glass color glaze coating melts on the glass surface and shows a color different from that of the glass body. A decorative method. Adhering to the glass color glaze powder, you can use the pen to paint, or you can use the rubber roller to roll. Through silk screen processing, you can get the floor pattern of frosted surface. The method is as follows: on the surface of the glass product, a layer of pattern formed by the flux inhibitor is silk-screened. After the printed patterns are air-dried, the frosting process is carried out. Then after high temperature baking, the frosted surface without the pattern is melted on the glass surface, and the silk surface covered with the pattern cannot be fused on the glass surface due to the effect of the flux inhibitor. After baking, the transparent floor pattern will appear through the translucent sand surface, forming a special decorative effect. Frosted screen printing flux inhibitor, composed of iron oxide, talc, clay, etc., is ground with a ball mill and has a fineness of 350 mesh. It is blended with an adhesive before screen printing.