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Looking for Multi-Etch Distributors Outside North America

Looking for Multi-Etch Distributors Outside North America

We are pleased to announce that Multi-Etch is now available in Australia! Our newest distributor is Nick Hacko Fine Watches.

Besides Australia, Multi-Etch has distributors in the U.S. and Canada. We regularly get requests to ship Multi-Etch outside the U.S., including to many European countries. How we wish we could send it to everyone who asks! The problem is that even though Multi-Etch is vastly safer than the industry standard of hydrofluoric and nitric acids, Multi-Etch is still considered a hazardous material. Because of that, there is a burdensome amount of paperwork that must be completed and filed with every shipment that leaves the U.S. and for that reason, shipping expensive.

We have a minimum requirement of 100 units of Multi-Etch for shipments leaving the US. Each unit makes one gallon of regular strength or 1/2 gallon of double-strength Multi-Etch. Most of the shipping cost is due to the paperwork and required licenses associated with shipping hazardous materials. So the more product you buy, the less per unit shipping will cost.

If you are a company already selling jewelry supplies, metal-working supplies, or industrial cleaning products, contact us for how you could add Multi-Etch to your product selection.

Contact us at or 928-634-5307 for more information.

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Etching Titanium & Other Metals

Wondering if Multi-Etch will work with your process? Or, do you need to know specific details about how to use Multi-Etch? This is the place to ask those questions and get some answers. You can start a discussion and hear what others are experiencing. We’ll address your questions and ask some of our own to get conversations going as well as post articles of interest.

Join others in the dental, medical, jewelry, aerospace, and consumer product industries who have switched from using dangerous acids like Hydrofluoric, or never wanted those hazards in their work life in the first place and chose the safe route for etching titanium and other metals.

The danger of working with hydrofluoric acid has been in the news lately following the huge explosion at an oil refinery in Philadelphia. A article reports:

“A source familiar with plant operations said one explosion occurred at the 30,000 bpd alkylation unit that uses hydrofluoric acid (HF), one of the deadliest chemicals in the refining business and a source of controversy for its use to make high-octane gasoline at refineries located in densely populated areas.

“Hydrofluoric acid can form a toxic cloud at room temperature, with exposure leading to severe health problems and even death.”

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