Sandblasted Glass

Sandblasted glass is a type of glass that is created by propelling sand particles at high velocities onto the surface of the glass. This process results in a translucent surface that is typically coarser and more textured than that produced by etching. The sandblasting technique involves protecting areas of the glass that are intended to remain transparent by masking them off. This allows for intricate designs or patterns to be created on the glass surface, with varying degrees of opacity. Sandblasted glass finds numerous applications in the fields of architecture and design, including for decorative purposes, privacy screens, and signage.