Easy-to-use guide to etching on any glass a panes, panels, bottles, stained glass, more a using acid cream and sandblasting techniques. Instructions. 46 patterns. 27 illustrations.The acid cream used in etching glass is a dilute form of hydrofluoric acid and it produces an even etch on the surface of the glass. ... Some of the most common types include clear, bronze (brown), smoked (gray), peach and obscure (usually placed in shower doors and bathroom windows). ... Tempered glass should be used in doors and other areas where there is a greater possibility of breakage.
|Author||:||Robert A. Capp, Robert G. Bush|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 1984|