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Martha Stewart Etching Cream

Etched Glass / Mason Jars

Take Note:  When using Etching Cream, wear Protective Gloves and an old shirt with long sleeves, be sure to work in a well-
ventilated area. 

Materials Needed:

Step 1:  Clean and Dry your glass.

Make sure that your glass is clean and you have a good clean surface with good lighting.

 Step 2:   Decide on your design.

You can either use a pre-made adhesive backed stencil or you can create one of your own.

Use a piece of masking tape to  create a guide for where you are going to place your stencil, this will help getting it aligned straight.

Attach Stick on Stencil to your glass.  Ensure that they are attached firmly.

 Step 3:   Apply Etching Cream & Wait

Paint an Even layer of Etching Cream onto Glass

Leave on for Time Specified by manufacturer’s Instructions

 Step 4:  Wash the Glass

Rinse glass under running warm water  in a Stainless Steel Sink.

Avoid porcelain sinks as the cream damages glazed surfaces.

Keep the gloves on when rinsing the etching cream off.

 

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