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Armour Etch Cream, 10-Ounce by Armour Etch

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Dimensions du produit6,4 x 6,4 x 12,1 cm
Assemblage requisNon
Nombre de pièces48
Piles requisesNon
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Numéro du modèle de l'article15-0200
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr23 avril 2014
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Description du produit

10-ounce bottle of Armour Etch Cream ; permanent etched designs ; dishwasher Safe

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Works well and is a great way to get started with glass etching 2 juillet 2015
Par Richard MacAleese - Publié sur
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This cream is a great way to get started with glass etching. It's easy to use as long as you're careful, but there are a few tricks you should understand to get the best results.

- Don't use a brush to apply the cream. It works much better to use a flat popsicle stick (available in packs of copious quantities for cheap right here on Amazon, known as "treat sticks"). Using a flat sided stick helps you smooth the cream into an even layer, and the stick can be loaded with much more cream than a brush can for the initial application. Plus no brush strokes, since the stick never actually has to touch the glass.

- Clean your glass thoroughly before applying the cream. Make a glass cleaning solution of 50% of the highest concentration rubbing alcohol you can get (97% or higher is ideal) and 50% distilled or purified water. Use a microfiber cloth to clean just like you would for eyeglasses. The cleaning solution will help remove oils from skin contact like fingerprints, and it will dry quickly too.

- Stencils apply to glass better if neither the glass nor the stencil is cold. ~70deg F / ~21deg C is fine, just be aware that temperature is a factor if you store your glass or stencil someplace cold.

- When applying the stencil to your glass, use your finger to press firmly all the way around the edges of the design itself. The idea here is that you want your stencil to adhere as closely as possible to the glass to prevent any of the liquid cream from seeping beneath the edges of the stencil.

- Don't follow the directions on the bottle. Apply the cream over your stencil in a thick layer, then poke it a bit with the stick to break up any bubbles that might have formed from the application. Leave the cream on for 10 minutes. Every few minutes, use the stick to stir it a bit and re-smooth it. Periodically redistributing the cream over the glass surface is critical to achieving the most consistent, smooth etch possible. If you're having trouble with this product, that's probably the reason.

- You can achieve a whiter etch by rinsing and repeating the process up to three times. This is not necessary unless you really want the whiter etch, as the results from a single application are pretty good. And don't expect a world of difference from multiple applications. The difference between one application and three is noticeable but not by any means like night and day.

- Wear gloves and safety glasses. It is not at all likely you will get this stuff in your eyes or even on your skin, but be safe! This cream is a potent acid that can irritate your skin (or even burn it if not washed off immediately) and seriously damage the soft tissue in your eyes. Accidents can happen, and it's way better to look like a dufus wearing gloves and goggles for twenty minutes than it is to be caught in an unlikely accident that leaves you blind.

- When disposing of this cream, rinse it first into a medium mixing bowl, fill the bowl with water, and stir to mix well. Diluting the acid will preemptively protect you from silly mistakes like forgetting to run enough water down the drain when you rinse it.

The 10-ounce size is pretty big and will let you etch more than you're probably thinking about etching if you're just getting started with this stuff. It's a good size for getting started if you have a few dozen glass pieces to etch. If you just want to do 2-4 glasses, there is a smaller size available that will work fine for you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing! 22 juillet 2016
Par Samantha - Publié sur
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This stuff is amazing!! I watched a video on YouTube of this lady etching a pyrex dish and it came out so cute, so I thought I'd try it out for myself. Sooo glad I did. I decided to create fun little wine glasses for Mother's Day. Used my Cricut explore to cut out my fun little quote (Sip happens, it's okay to wine), applied the vinyl, added the armour etch, and it came out splendid. They were a huge hit with my mum, mother-in-law, sister, sisters-in-law, basically everyone. Even my husband was impressed. I don't recall how long it said to leave the solution on the glass for but I think I left it on between 20-30 minutes. Definitely recommend it!!
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy to apply and use 25 janvier 2015
Par Michael Alexander - Publié sur
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It's a paste-like cream that etches glass. Most instructions say to apply it and let it sit for 1 minute before removing, but it seems to depend on the glass you're applying it to. I applied it to thick picture frame-like glass and found giving it 5 minutes instead of 1 produced better results.

Note there are not directions with this, only a bunch of warnings on the back and a suggestion you go to their website for ideas and usage instructions. You will also definitely want either a bristle brush or large craft sticks with your stencils to be able to use this. It cannot be used freehand.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth it! 26 janvier 2016
Par Jaime Kemp - Publié sur
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I purchased this to make several Christmas gifts this past year and was VERY hesitant to use it. It was great to work with! It goes on smooth, and although it took me several tries to get the right technique down (use more than the directions on the bottle say) I loved the finished product. Don't let fear keep you from trying this, it's not as daunting as you might think!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Etches well for hobbyist not serious craftsman 1 octobre 2015
Par Minerva - Publié sur
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Yes it etches. Faintly. I left this on some wine glasses and glass mosaic tiles for about 30 mins. Result was a light etching surface on all. Wine glass pattern was etched evenly on curved surface, and very visible in light. Colored glass mosaic tiles showed a frosted look after etching. Where I made polka dots on tiles, were clearly visible from glossy sections.

I would have liked more 'juice' in this etching compound. I would have liked to see some strength where it could eat into the glass surface and give me some etched textures. It is mild and gentle so great for a hobbyist, but not a serious artist.

It does what it is meant to do, and does it well, so 4 stars. A bit stronger please!
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