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Topic: Acid resist on a linoleum block?  (Read 530 times)
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« on: February 20, 2010 02:29:23 PM »

Has anyone used acid to carve a linoleum block?  I read about it in an older craft book where they used nitric acid to slightly degrade the surface and create a sort of sandy surface.  The book was from circa 1970 though, and I'm wondering if there is a new way of doing this, or if I'm going to be making some seriously toxic gases.

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