Front and back acid etching

The glass acid etching technique allows to obtain decorative effects of total or partial opacification of the plate, more or less deep, through the use of hydrofluoric acid, the only agent capable of affecting glass surfaces. The etched glass has an opaque effect that is pleasant to the touch similar to silk, and finds application in furnishing elements such as interior doors, sliding panels, doors for wardrobes, windows, lighting and much more.