INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING GLASS ETCHING RESIST GEL

Use water-based Etchall Glass Etching Resist Gel to form a protective coating against Etchall Glass Etching Creme or Etchall Glass Etching Dip ‘N Etch. Etchall® Glass Etching Resist Gel acts as a liquid stencil that lets you draw your own designs freehand instead of using a pre-cut etchmask stencil. Etchall® Glass Etching Resist Gel can be brushed onto glass, squeezed directly from the bottle, or applied with Etchall Glass Etching Designer Tips. Etchall® Glass Etching Resist Gel appears green and opaque when wet, but the gel dries clear. Drying time depends upon thickness of application.

 1. Apply Etchall Glass Etching Resist Gel directly out of the bottle onto a clean surface, using the gel to draw a design. This design will be the un-etched portion of the glass.

2. Continue using the Etchall Glass Etching Resist Gel to fill in all areas of the surface you do not want etched.

3. Let the Etchall Glass Etching Resist Gel dry completely. The appearance of the gel will change from an opaque green color to clear. Drying time will depend upon thickness of application.

4. Apply Etchall Glass Etching Creme or dip object in Etchall Glass Etching Dip ‘N Etch according to the product instructions. Leave creme on for 15 minutes, or let object sit in dip 'n etch for 15 minutes.

5. After time has elapsed, return Etchall Glass Etching Creme or Etchall Glass Etching Dip ‘N Etch to its original container. Do not allow any Etchall Etching Creme to touch the glass you do not want etched, because the creme will instantly etch the surface.

6. Quickly remove any remaining Etchall Glass Etching Creme or Etchall Glass Etching Dip ‘N Etch by rinsing the object under running water.

7. Quickly and carefully, peel the Etchall Glass Etching Resist Gel from the surface while holding the object under running water. Discard used resist gel, and rinse the object again. Admire your finished etched product!