Etchall® glass etching tools and products are re-usable and produce a white, opaque, permanent, etched finish on any clear or colored glass (except Pyrex®), mirror, ceramic, porcelain, marble, or slate for decorative purposes in business, automotive, and homes. The true uniqueness is that it creates a smooth matte surface with “tooth” that provides texture to hold oil or acrylic paint or inks in place, allowing for even more creative decorating possibilities. Etchall® glass etching tools and products lets you easily create professional looking etched surfaces like those previously achieved only by expensive sandblasting, and achieves an even etch on large areas as well as small detailed areas by using our glass etching tools such as the Etchall swivel knife. Many sandblast artist dip their sandblasted pieces in Etchall® dip ‘n etch to protect them from smudges and fingerprint marks.
Etchall® etching crème lets you easily create professional looking etched surfaces; makes the etched surface finger-print proof and produces a smooth even etch on large areas as well as small detailed areas. Etchall® dip ‘n etch is a re-usable liquid with the consistency of water that creates a beautiful matte etched finish to any clear or colored glass (except Pyrex®) for an overall, evenly etched surface that is permanent and finger-print proof.
Recycle your used glass by creating elegant etched glass pieces from empty wine bottles, pickle jars, and perfume bottles. Use Etchall® to turn your trash to treasure with our glass etching tools such as the Etchall swivel knife and more!
Etchall® squeegee is a pliable, T-shaped, plastic tool used to apply self-adhesive stencils, and to apply and smooth etching crème to the surface to be etched.
Etchall® swivel knife is one of our glass etching tools which is used for cutting out your own unique stencil. The blade rotates 360^ to allow for a smooth, even edge. The Etchall Swivel knife makes it easy to cut curves, circles, and rounded shapes for stencil designs.
Etchall® stencil pick knife to remove a portion of the stencil in order to expose the surface to be etched when you selectively remove sections of the stencil.
Etchall of Tennessee uses glass etching tools such as the Etchall swivel knife and many more