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  • Great for acid etching!
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    This product is soo easy to use to do basic glass etching. You just brush it on where you want the etching, wait a few minutes, rinse and let dry. You are left with a lovely design. I totally recommend for those wanting to do simple glass etching and great for crafting with kids.

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  • Great product. Works as described.
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    The product worked as described and quickly. Overstock delivery was timely and the product was in perfect condition. Very pleased all around.

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  • Easy to use, and definitely get the bigger bottle!
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    This works pretty well, you just have to be really careful to coat it think and even, whatever you are trying to etch, whether it's a stencil or something else. I had to do it twice and it looks pretty good. It is much easier than trying to etch by hand.

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  • great service at a great price!!
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    Searched for etching cream and definately got the best deal. No shipping!! Took a week to get her but I didn't have to pay. so...I totally recommend Overstock.

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  • Armour Etch works great!
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    It works great, very satisfied with this product. But I did notice it works better on certain types of glass. Otherwise the effect comes out great.

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  • Doesn't work on Pyrex
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    I bought this product to permanently re-mark the lines on an erlenmeyer flask. The etching cream doesn't work on pyrex or borosilicate glass. The product description should be more detailed.

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  • Glass Etching Cream
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    This product is very perminate. When it says 18 or over they mean it. Be sure to read the instructions all the way. It only takes a little for the etching process. I'm really impressed with my etching.Alot goes a long way. Very fine product.

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  • Works
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    A very easy way to etch glass. Obviously, if the product can etch glass, it makes sense to exercise reasonable care in handling it. (THAT MEANS GLOVES) Do the etching near a utility sink so that plenty of water is available to rinse off the etched glass, and to immediately flush any material that may accidentally contact the skin. The above cautions are not intended to scare anyone. With just a little care the product can be safe to handle. Window glass etches easily, while harder glass, such as leaded glass, resists etching and may require several coats. Trying to do large areas may result in uneven looking etching. Overall, I like the product

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  • Works Like A Charm Every Time
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    This is the only product to use when etching glass. Works great every time, and the directions are clearly written. Also impressive was the timely delivery of the product.

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  • Glass Etching Cream
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    I was disappointed in this product. While I did receive it very quickly, it was way to runny to use. Not sure if maybe it had been in the sun to long somewhere or what.

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  • Glass Etching Paste
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    It really works!! Armour etch is so quick and easy to use it's amazing - have used it to make gifts and so far everyone has been really impressed and eager to find out how to do it themselves. I highly recommend Armour Etch to anyone who wants a go at decorating glass. I used it with a cricut and vinyl to make stencils but imagine there are loads of other ways of using it too - all in all a fab product I'd readily buy again!

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  • Glob it on
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    This is very good stuff... and was happy using it. But test on a spare piece of glass. Unless it is globbed on..and I mean completely covering the glass you want etched.. not just brushed on.. but thick and white.. then you get blotchy spots and sometimes no etching. You can use a brush to put the excess back in the jar before washing off. Otherwise... works beautifully.

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