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Whittemore-Durgin Stained Glass Supplies
825 Market St., Rockland MA 02370
Phone: 781-871-1790  Toll-free: 800-262-1790
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Armour Deluxe Glass Etching Kit

Armour Deluxe Glass Etching Kit
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Item no: 7307
Armour Products item: 10-0101
Retail price: $29.17
3 or more $26.25 (10% discount)
6 or more $23.34 (20% discount)
In stock:  2 
Expected soon:5

Permanently etch designs onto glassware of all kinds -- glass jars, bevels, windows, mirrors, drinking glasses, eyeglasses and the like. This kit contains everything you need to get started: 85 Rub 'n' Etch small pre-cut glass etching stencils, a 3 oz. bottle of Armour Etch Cream, adhesive-backed vinyl for creating custom stencils, design patterns, a stencil cutting knife, a camel-hair brush (not to be confused with a camel hair-brush), one pair of re-usable gloves, a wooden applicator stick, full color instructions, and even a 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" piece of practice glass for your first glass etching project!

Etching is very easy: just rub the stencil onto the glass, apply the etching cream, wait one minute and rinse off. It's that simple! You can even do it with gawd-awfully long pink fingernails, apparently.