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Armour Etch 3 oz. bottle (NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CLEANING GLASSES!)
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- 3-ounce bottle of armour etch crea
- Etchings are permanent
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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NOT Armour Etch Creams fault as this was my first try. I'm seriously thinking about using a bunch of this stuff to etch my shower door but going to practice a bit.
So I wiped off what I used on my mirror and salvaged as much of the cream as I could, replacing it back in the jar. Does anyone know if this was an ok move? I don't recall that I saw anything on the jar which said not to do this.
btw.. I'm rather annoyed at the reviews were people are rating this product one or two stars because it didn't take some sort of coating off on their glasses. This product isn't advertised to do such a thing and should not be dinged for not performing a function it was NOT designed to perform or does it advertise that it does.
Update on 11/9/2010:
I was just reminded that I need to update my review. I went to Armour Etch's website to find out if this product could be used to etch large surfaces (my shower door for example) and it's website they say that they do no recommend using this product for large surfaces.Read more ›
Just a note: It seems that some anti reflective coatings are actually embedded into the lenses while others are more of a coating put on in the "factory". This worked for me on the type of coating applied to the lenses.
One note - I left this on for anywhere from 10 minutes to 40 minutes, and all of them looked about identical. The directions on my bottle only specified 60 seconds, but that seemed short to me according to what I had been reading online. At any rate, 10 minutes is certainly sufficient, and I wouldn't be surprised if it could work even faster - I just didn't want to push my luck - better safe than sorry.
This product completely remove the coating. The only thing is that now the lenses are so reflective it bothers my eyes to wear them ...lol
well, at least this product did what it was supposed to do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this product to remove the film on my glasses which it is not recommended for but worked great. Read morePublished 2 months ago by time2rest
First off, I am going to immediately start off by saying that I purchased this in a last-ditch effort to fix my glasses and not to etch glass. Read morePublished 2 months ago by HQR
I used this to etch my boyfriend's initials into some glasses for craft beers. It was easy to use after reading the instructions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole
Took coating off of plastic eyeglass lens like a charm...without harming lens. Lens like new..Published 3 months ago by Rick Verlander
mine had about half spilled in the bag. i am not sure why there wasn't a seal, or if mine was just defective.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I used this product to etch volume markings and numbers on two 6.5 gallon glass carboys I used for brewing beer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew Willing
This product absolutely clears away the hazy blurring protection coating! I can see clearly through the lenses! I had to repeat the process twice! Highly recommend it!Published 4 months ago by Bucky