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For Christmas this year, I am etching different beverage glasses for my family. I have coffee mugs, beer glasses, and wine glasses. Here are the general directions and ...
You will need: -Clean glasses -Glass Etching -Brushes -Masking Tape -Glass Etching Stencils -Paper Towels -Scissors, Exacto, or other cutting devices -Pen -Paper
Make sure that your glass is clean and you have a good clean surface with good lighting. Decide on your design. You may want to sketch it out ...
Use masking tape or stencils to mark where you want to be etched. Make sure you use your nails or a popsicle stick to press the edges down ...
With a brush, heavily apply the glass etching solution to the area you want to be etched. Make sure that you get the solution in every nook and ...
Let the etching solution work on the glass for 2 minutes.
After the two minutes, wash the solution off of the glass. Remove the tape and wipe the glass clean. If your tape leaves residue, wash the glass again ...
Once you finished etching the first part, continue this process until the whole thing is done.
After the etching is done, make sure to wash your glass again with soap and water. Then enjoy! Here are some other pictures of different glasses that I ...
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