Sandblasting – cold abrasive surface treatment stone, glass, metal products by damaging its surface with sand or other abrasive powder, spray air flow, while waterjet processing – a jet of water or other liquid. Was first patented by American Benjamin Chu Tilgmanom (1821-1901) in 1870. Sandblasting allows you to get a picture of any complexity, until playback pictures. The prepared image is printed on transparent film. Then the figure is attached to a special film, glued to the glass surface and cured under uv light, which causes hardening of the exposed sunny areas.

Unexposed areas thoroughly wash and get a stencil for printing. Abrasive dust under the pressure of compressed air is fed through a nozzle onto the surface glass, and contacting with a glossy surface, it coarsens and destroys, embossing the surface of glass particles of glass. With the help of photo-masks can be made of glass multistage process, successively removing relevant parts of the templates. The resulting figure this mat will have a different grain size and depth. Sandblasting of glass or mirror is one of the finest and very interesting design decisions interior. After drawing, the image is not erased, is not washed off, it stays forever. After sandblasting the glass or mirror, the figure already looks graphically, and volume.

If you want the glass was opaque, can be on one side of glass mat design, and leave the background transparent, but on the other side – on the contrary. Figure acquire depth and expressiveness, sand-blasted glass over it did not seen. Now everyone wants to make his home was unique and did not like the others, to create a unique design helps sandblasting glass. It is used when sandblasting manufacture of office partitions, stained glass, mirrors and decorative trim, glass table tops with patterned, glass for interior doors, furniture fronts, etc. Application of artistic compositions mirror cloth led to a deeper approach to interior designers. Unique features of sandblasting – a variety of unique, original interior elements, and the details of the glass can be as basic in product bearing the main idea of the plan, and act as an element compound or inserts, giving the product sophistication and originality. One-piece glass door wardrobes or wall constructed in such a way, complements any interior. Make it functional and, at the same time, visually enhance the space, creating a feeling of lightness and freedom.