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9.5 in. Glass-Cutting Tool Kit

  • For the Do-It-Yourself crafter
  • Can be used on mirrors, windows, bottles and more
  • Includes marker and premium oil for an accurate cut
$13.37 /each

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The glass-cutting tool kit, is great for at home use. Or a professional glazier on the job. Very simple to use. Instructions are included. All in one kit.

  • Includes cutting oil, marker and glass cutter
  • For cutting annealed glass
  • Convenient all-in-one pack
  • Makes home glass projects simple
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Can you use this to cut wine bottles.

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You could try it. Im not sure if it would work though. I usually use a piece of string and denatured alcohol to cut bottles. You take the string and soak it in denatured alcohol or acetone. wrap the string around the bottle a few times where you want to cut the glass. Then light the string on fire. while its lit hold the bottle at the mouth and twist it back and forth until you see the string begin to Read More
You could try it. Im not sure if it would work though. I usually use a piece of string and denatured alcohol to cut bottles. You take the string and soak it in denatured alcohol or acetone. wrap the string around the bottle a few times where you want to cut the glass. Then light the string on fire. while its lit hold the bottle at the mouth and twist it back and forth until you see the string begin to burn. Then plunge the bottle into a bucket of ice cold water. This will shock the class and it will break of at the point where the string was for a clean cut. Sounds crazy but it really does work well. Read Less
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Yes, it will etch a wine bottle, however to actually separate the two pieces you have to stress the etch to complete the cut.
A very common way of doing this is by pouring ice water around the bottle (only at the etch), then follow up with hot water, back to ice water, etc. until the two pieces separate. I would suggest you do not use Boiling Hot water as that extreme temp can cause the glass to break Read More
Yes, it will etch a wine bottle, however to actually separate the two pieces you have to stress the etch to complete the cut.
A very common way of doing this is by pouring ice water around the bottle (only at the etch), then follow up with hot water, back to ice water, etc. until the two pieces separate. I would suggest you do not use Boiling Hot water as that extreme temp can cause the glass to break and leave a jagged edge.
Also, ONLY go over your cutting line ONCE with the cutter!! If you go over it again, it will destroy the cutting wheel on this device and will result in a poor quality cut line.After the bottle has separated, use some 120 grit sand paper to sand down the sharp glass edge.
As with most things, there are many other ways to separate the pieces. This very brief description is only included to hopefully provide a clearer picture on what it takes to actually cut a bottle.
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January 24, 2016
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This can be used on wine bottles. However this is an etching kit and does not cut all the way through the glass.
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Can this tool be used to cut a glass table down to the correct size?

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More than likely it can not be used for a glass table. Most glass tables use a really thick tempered glass and this tool is just not going to work for that. Your best bet would be to find out the side glass you need and custom order a piece of glass in the size you need.
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It can cut Plate Glass, up to 1/4" thick. Many glass table tops are tempered, and nothing can cut tempered glass. So please ensure what type of glass it is before trying to cut it.
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Can this tool be used for mirrors?

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Yes, this can be used.
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Yes. I just cut 10 panes of mirrors. I purchased the item specifically to do so. Be sure to cut the glass side, not the painted mirror side.
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Can u cut a window thats already in place

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No. Typically thhe glass needs to be removed from any frame.
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9.5 in. Glass-Cutting Tool Kit is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Great on Plate Glass & Mirrors The product worked great on several pieces of plate glass and a couple mirrors I recently cut. Key Points: 1: Make sure and clean the plate glass, bottle or mirror before trying to cut it. Very small pieces of dirt / sand can and will effect the quality of the cut. 2: Use the oil to ensure a smooth ride along the glass. 3: Practice on a test piece so you can get the proper technique down and most importantly so you know what the proper sound is while doing so. 4: As you end a cut on a flat piece, there is no need to push down harder as you exit the piece. 5: Never, Never, Never go back over the line / score / etch you just made! This will only destroy the cutting wheel, and your cut will end up becoming jagged. This cutter Only works on Plate Glass! Do Not try and cut Tempered Glass, it won't work! If you have never cut glass, go onto the "tube" video website and watch a couple videos on cutting glass, it will help. Cheers!
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from flawless cuts. Works absolutely fantastic. I built a TV stand which incorporates 4 doors framed in wood with glass panels. So I needed to cut some glass to fit each door. I cut every piece of glass with out fault. The key to using these glass cutters one is making sure the glass is clean. Use a good glass cleaner such as invisible glass or alcohol. wipe each pane of glass down with a lint free cloth. If you have never cut glass glass before practice on a spare piece. For the best cut you need to familiarize yourself with the optimal pressure needed for scoring the glass. You need to give enough pressure to put a good score line in the glass but not enough pressure that it causes jagged edges or even cracking of the glass. Once you have that down this cutter will work great every time.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kit is perfect The kit is perfect for the hopefully unfrequent glass breaking around the house
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute garbage I never cut glass but bought this because I needed to make two straight cuts on a single pane. I forget the exact thickness, but the glass was thinner than the maximum and I followed the instructions to the letter, but it left jagged edges that were not straight by any means. The only reason I was able to salvage the almost ruined glass was with thick trim afterward. At the end of the second cut the wheel fell off the handle and the now the entire tool is broken. Absolute garbage, just like the title says. It may work for extremely thin glass but not as thick as the instructions claim. I wouldn't trust this product again, or the manufacturer.
Date published: 2013-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well. Good unit. I had no problem using the tool. I bought it and straightaway cut 10 panes of mirrors.
Date published: 2016-01-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless Tried cutting 1/4 in tile with this tool based on a tutorial I watched, and it did absolutely nothing. Disappointing.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Kit I have never cut glass before but talking to a HD associate I decided to buy this kit and it worked great. It came with everything needed to cut the Mirror's I wanted to remove from the wall and could not save. I scored the mirror after Duck Tapping it and covered the Vanity and Floor with Cardboard and the Mirror with my Canvas Tarp's. Tapped a few times with a am
Date published: 2013-06-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from it makes great scrap metal . ZERO ( 0 ) stars!!!! Slickinwilly is correct it won't go though butter , even if it was melted.
Date published: 2015-06-25
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