with etchall creme
We have a few of these glass soap bottles that we use for dish soap and hand soap. We needed a way to tell them apart from each other. Etching the glass with etchall creme was the best solution. Learn how easy it is to etch glass with etchall creme.
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The materials you need aren’t a lot. The etchall creme, a squeegee/scraper, vinyl, transfer film, the glass surface to etch, rubbing alcohol, and baby wipes.
Using a Cricut Maker, I cut the above graphic into the vinyl. If you would like the SVG file I am sharing it below.
Download the SVG file [Dish Soap SVG]
After cutting the vinyl, I transferred it to the glass bottle. Then I weeded away the part I wanted to etch.
Making sure the vinyl is down on the glass well with no air bubbles, it is time to put the etching creme onto the design. It only takes 15 minutes to etch the glass.
Don’t forget to remove the creme and put it back into the container because it is reusable.
Then clean your project getting it ready to use. The video tutorial below shows you step-by-step how I etched my bottle.
- Don’t forget to clean your glass surface before you begin your project. Using Rubbing Alcohol is the best way to make sure the glass is really clean.