Monday, March 9, 2009

How To Use Tempered Glass

Picture Frame

Stepping Stone

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Picture Frame

How to use

Tempered glass can be glued over pictures, decorative papers, or painted surfaces. Let your imagination be your guide Tempered glass can be painted with glass paints before gluing.
Breaking is sometimes easier when tapping a corner with a hammer instead of aiming for the
middle. Break with glass inside a garbage bag or similar for easy containment.

Clear adhesives to use for glass on glass:

Weldbond - It's major advantage is it's non-toxicity.
Bond527 - clear, fast-setting, but requires adequate ventilation.
Silicone - clear, but requires adequate ventilation.
Lexel - clear, but requires adequate ventilation.
Epoxy - type of glue or sealant that is generally mixed from two separate parts:
a resin and a hardener.

Courses: create: arts & crafts

Mosaic Stepping Stone [210080] Create a 12 inch outdoor stepping stone using tempered glass. This material catches and reflects the light, creating a breathtaking addition to any living space. Add pictures, paints, glitter, and other materials to make your stone truly unique.
Tuesday, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 2 sessions starting April 21, 2009, ending April 28, 2009 Cost $45 , Materials Fee $10 Instructor: Eleanor Parr-DiLeo Location: Montclair - George Inness Annex Important: A materials fee of $10 is payable to the instructor first day of class.

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Phone and FaxPhone: (973) 746-6636Fax: (973) 509-9226
Standard MailAdult School of Montclair100 Chestnut StreetMontclair, NJ 07042
Office Hours10:00am - 3:00pm, Monday through Friday6:00pm - 10:00pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, when school is in session
Directions to the Adult School officeWe are located in the main building of Montclair High School. The front entrance is on Chestnut Street, between Park Street and Midland Avenue. From the entrance lobby, turn right and our office is on the left, across from the high school office.

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