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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by CHILLEN905, Dec 29, 2004.

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  1. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    Could some one do a step bi step for a good etching tool? I heard drill bits, exacto knives, ect. but I was wondering if there was something better
     
  2. Grim Reaper

    Grim Reaper Senior Member

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    i think theres a thread some were that talks about etching cream, and i just seen a etching tool at the art store by my house it was a paint brush handle with some metal hairs like a paint brush but fewer hairs so i guess get some wood handle cut notches for some hard to bend metal wire and tape or whatever better adhesive an wala
     
  3. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    ^kk thanks, Im trying to find out what stores to get etching cream at in canada (I know the shits toxic and burns I dont want ppl bitching im not fucking stupid im not gonna drink it or wash my hands with it).
     
  4. Grim Reaper

    Grim Reaper Senior Member

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    http://shop.hobbylobby.com/products/3-ounce-etching-cream-195032/
    http://www.etchworld.com/ecom-prodshow/15-0150.html
    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Armour-Products-Glass-Etching-Cream-10-oz./12347708
    those are some links to buy online, also i dont know what stores you got over there but, walmart, michails, and art stores.. and imma pm you with a link i found with the ingredients(incase you wanna make it it dosent have the ratios tho)(the only link i found because most people wont release the info because of how toxic it is). and sorry for the long response i usually only look at the sticky threads, oo and if you dont wanna drink it thats cool but i hear its pretty tasety....
     
  5. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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  6. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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  7. Arose.One

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  8. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    yes so can you tell me where to get it or how to make it
     
  9. CANADIANA

    CANADIANA Senior Member

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    first of all why do you need etching cream so badly. if you dont know where to get it you probably shouldnt be using it.
     
  10. guvnor

    guvnor Member

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    I think he's referring to the weed sprayer in the clip, although your point is spot on.
     
  11. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    Thank you, weed sprayer that's all I needed to know I just wanted to find out what he is using
     
  12. guvnor

    guvnor Member

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    no worries...growing up on a farm had it's advantages I guess...
     
  13. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    Can someone tell me the page on how to make your own solid markers/streakers?
     
  14. Foo

    Foo Senior Member

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    Dude, figure it out yourself. If Google can't help you then use your brain.
     
  15. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    I know it's somewhere in this thread and it's already been said id just like to know which page
     
  16. Foo

    Foo Senior Member

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    Buy some Crayola. Paint markers are easy, solid markers you will never be able to make at home.
     
  17. biblebeltbangerz

    biblebeltbangerz Elite Member

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    why? they are pretty easy to get. they aint all that really. that stuff stays up pretty well tho for sure. gl!
     
  18. HëRbN

    HëRbN Elite Member

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    i could but im not going to. cause i had to do the leg work so shall you. there is a few different ways. But ide say just go steal some.
     
  19. wolfgang2142

    wolfgang2142 Senior Member

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    Couldnt find this anywhere so here's my invention

    Home Made "metal head"(actually plastic)
    get a glue bottle
    Glue.jpg
    unscrew the top and empty it out

    Get some acrylic paint
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    fill the glue container 4/5 with the acrilyc and 1/5th with water.

    The final product is pretty much a drippy metal head


    also shake alot after you add the water since the water and acrillyc need to blend
     
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  20. no-sleep

    no-sleep Senior Member

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    pretty much a metal head without the metal head nice