Then it started etching pretty well, and we could just sit and wait.

Taking the board out every couple of minutes to check the progress,


the writing on the board started to come
off, so I removed the board to a water bath.

Washed the board in water, then wiped it down with acetone to expose the remaining
copper. It bit pretty well, part of the writing came off, and one part of the ground line
was not as shiny as the rest of the board (partially etched I guess). But overall it turned
out surprisingly well.

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