Acid Etched Glass

Acid etched glass is glass that has been treated using a technique generally involving hydrofluoric acid. The acid is applied to the glass only on the specific areas where the glass. Typically, a stencil is used to ensure the acid does not seep into other parts of the glass.

This process of etching produces a smoother and more easily maintainable finish compared to sandblasting.

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