Creative Resins’ amazing antique finishes

Creative Resins to launch a new spray with an acid etch effect which can be coloured to turn plain or tempered glass into an antique mirror.

Hall 4 C167At Gulf Glass 2015, Creative Resins will launch a new spray with an acid etch effect which can be coloured to turn plain float or tempered glass into an antique mirror.The company will also showcase existing sprays with effects including mirror, granite, sparkles, cobweb and marbling. Any RAL, Pantone, BS colour can be matched with the latest software provided with the spray starter systems.

Additionally, the stipple resin which turns plain colour on glass into a textured finish will be on display. Visitors to its stand can purchase cleaning materials for solar panels and spray starter kits and stained glass kits. The whole range of stained glass machinery and automated spray machines is manufactured by Creative Resins itself enabling it to offer full warranties on the machines and spray resins.

Special offers will be running on all products throughout the show and a FREE resin package will come with any machine purchased at the stand.

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Date: 31 August 2015

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