Acid Etched Glass

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Acid-etching is a specialised glass production technique that involves coating annealed glass sheets or sections or sections with hydrofluoric acid to give the surface of a frosted appearance.

It is used to add texture and visual effects to walls, partitions, doors, or furniture. They can provide privacy while still emitting light, making it ideal material for applications such as shower enclosures, conference rooms, or private offices. It is resistant to stains, scratches and water damage.

Discover the beauty and versatility of acid-etched glass. This specialized glass production technique creates a frosted appearance, adding texture and visual effects to various surfaces. Ideal for walls, partitions, doors, and furniture, acid-etched glass offers a balance between privacy and light transmission. Its resistance to stains, scratches, and water damage ensures durability and longevity. Explore the possibilities of acid-etched glass for your next design project and enhance your space with its elegant and functional qualities.