Sandblasted

Sandblasted

    Sandblasting is essentially the process of blasting the surface of glass with grit which peppers the surface, giving it a milky white appearance. 

    Sandblasting is a general term used to describe the act of propelling very fine bits of material at high-velocity by steam or air to clean or etch a surface. Synthetic particles or small pieces of coconut shell are sometimes used instead of sand in sandblasting applications. 

    Glass etching is an age-old old method of imprinting images on glass; and one way to do it is by sandblasting. Sandblasting allows for greater variation through the use of different degrees of coarseness in sand, and also for depth blasting, giving the finished product a rich textured appearance. Enjoy the beauty of light shining through this magnificent piece of art in your home or at the office manufactured by Giovani Glass.






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