E-Book Perk-o-lation!

Gaia Slice

I have been working on a guide for my inquisitive customers who have wanted to understand why blown glass is different from regular factory made glass.  The guide will explain the physical properties of glass without getting bogged down in technical lingo.

The guide will  explain best practices for the cleaning of glass and answers such questions as…..”can I put my glass in my dishwasher” with an answer that might surprise you!

The guide will help to explain how to store and display glass and what impacts glass the most in terms of its physical durability.  Can you display glass outside and how is this done safely?

There is a section on lighting glass, with a number of useful tips for everything from large display pieces, platters, vases, sculptures, and paperweights. The guide explains the differences between fluorescents, incandescents, as well as L.E.D. lighting heads that have recently flooded the market.

This will be a quick read, easy to understand, and very useful for anyone who wants to put their glass in its best light.  Written by a professional with nearly two decades of lighting glass professionally for product marketing as well as in the gallery.  Help put my knowledge to work for you.

The guide will be available during my fundraising campaign on indiegogo for a limited time for a donation of just $1.00!  In PDF format, anyone will be able to access this guide for use on the run, at home, or while in the field.

Look for the launch announcement here but get it on indiegogo.com once the announcement is made.  The Care And Feeding Of Blown Glass, by Parker Stafford.

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