ART: The Wall. Sandblasting Plexiglass Technique.

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From: "Keith A. Gum 904-628-2953" <[email protected]>
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Teresa,
Plexiglass may be etched with self adhering drawer paper (stencil)
and sand blasted with a small siphon rig. The process is quite simple,
requiring little experience. If you know anybody with a five horse
compressor you will spend less than twenty bucks. Fine silica sand is
necessary. Be sure to wear a respirator.

Keith
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