Dremel® Dresses Up Glass with Artistic Designs

dding an elegant scroll design to an antique breakfront or an intricate vine to a windowpane is a simple task with a Dremel.

MOUNT PROSPECT, Ill., July 28, 2005 – Adding an elegant scroll design to an antique breakfront or an intricate vine to a windowpane is a simple task with a Dremel. Using a Dremel rotary tool makes it easy and fun to dress up glass and create unique home decorations that can’t be found on store shelves.

“Dremel allows homeowners and artisans alike to tap into their creativity to dress up the décor in their homes,” said Andrea Ash, director of marketing communications for Dremel. “With projects like glass etching, a whole world of opportunity is opened up for the imaginative artisan.”

To decorate a piece of glass, first find or design a print to be transferred to the glass. Secure a glass pane over the copied or drawn design. Using a Dremel rotary tools, such as the Dremel 400 Series XPR (SRP $79-$149) or Dremel Lithium-Ion Cordless (SRP $69- $79), carefully etch out the design with small strokes. Dremel accessory bits for glass etching include carbide cutters, diamond wheel points and silicon carbide grinding stones, which are great for covering large areas quickly and give glass a much desired frosted appearance.

Don’t forget to be creative. Use scrap glass to try out different genuine Dremel accessories to explore the various effects prior to using the application on your final work area. The application can be used on windows, glass panes set in furniture, vases, mirrors, drink ware and even glass bottles.

About Dremel

Since inventing the high-speed rotary tool more than 75 years ago, Dremel has become the trusted name in high-speed rotary tool technology, providing creative solutions for hands-on professionals, homeowners, craftspeople and artists alike. The Dremel brand’s leadership in design and manufacturing has made it the top selling rotary tool in the world, a reflection of the company’s commitment to innovation and quality.

Today, as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in Mount Prospect, Ill., Dremel continues to build upon this legacy with a full line of high-performance rotary tools, benchtop products, specialty tools, accessories and attachments, delivering the perfect solution for almost any job. Regardless of what the task may be, users quickly realize they can depend on Dremel to provide the satisfaction of a job well done.

For information on Dremel products, project ideas and problem-solving tips, visit us at https://www.dremel.com/en_US/ or call Dremel at 1-800-437-3635.

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