To etch glass, you will need glass, window cleaner, a pattern, a pencil, contact and carbon paper, a soft cloth, a utility knife, a foam brush and latex gloves. Most glass etching can be finished in about 30 minutes, but... More »

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Hydrofluoric acid is commonly used to etch glass. It is an exceedingly dangerous acid and should only be used by experienced professionals. Because it is so strong, it is usually only used in manufacturing environments. More »

Cascade Platinum Rinse Aid with etch protection is a product that prevents etching on glass from dishwashers. Ways to prevent etching include adjusting the temperature of the water entering the dishwasher to 140 degrees ... More »

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To make a soap carving, trace the desired pattern onto the soap with a pencil or fine-tipped marker, and use a knife to cut away the soap that is outside the pattern. After cutting away the soap outside the pattern, use ... More »

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To etch identifying marks on glass bottles, create a stencil by using a razor or utility knife to cut the marking out on a piece of adhesive vinyl, place the stencil on the glass bottle, cover the holes in the stencil wi... More »

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To engrave glass, use a diamond-tipped rotary engraving tool, a sandblasting tool or a chemical etching process. The first two require special tools and a significant amount of freehand art skill, while the third is easi... More »

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Free glass etching designs are available on glass and craft websites such as FreePatternsforStainedGlass.com, Pre-Cut.com and Craftsmanspace.com. Design templates are downloadable in a variety of sizes and styles. More »

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