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Recycle glass bottles and jars and create functional art at the same time!
Create your own glass sculptures, sun catchers and ornaments easily with this metal cutter.
Sturdier and easier to use than plastic models, this highly durable metal bottle cutter will have you cutting bottles perfectly in 5 easy steps.
Simply place your bottle on the support device, apply pressure, and rotate; heat the score over boiled water and cold water alternately bathe three times. The results will amaze you, clean breaks nearly every time. Even thick champagne bottles break easily and smoothly.
This glass bottle cutter takes a bit of time to get used to, but once youve got the hang of it, youll be able to cut wine bottles up easily.
Specification: Color: Black Material: Stainless Iron Cutting Length: Up to 6" Cutting Diameter: 0.5" to 2" Application: For cutting glass bottles and jars
How to use: 1. Adjust the glass bottle cutter to fit the size of the bottle You simply need to adjust the stand of the glass cutter to the length you want to cut by loosening the screw and put the bottle on it. Adjust the cutting wheels position so that it could keep touching and scribing the glass while using 2. Daub the candle on the scratches (2 or 3 times is better) 3. Scoring the bottle Once the cutting wheel is at the proper location, start slowly turning the bottle. Rotate it until scratches appear 4. Separation Pour the hot water and cold water alternately on the scratches (First pour the hot water, and then the cold water. At the same time, keep turning the bottle). Repeat it 2 to 3 times, the two parts will separate automatically. Thicker glass may take additional cycles 5. Smoothing the edges Sand the edge down with polishing paper Pls Note: This glass bottle cutter machine only can be used to cut round bottles!!!
Note: Please allow 1-3cm (0.4-1.18") difference due to manual measurement and slight color variation for different display setting. Thank you for your understanding, nice day!
Package Includes: 1 x Glass Bottle Cutter Machine 1 x Polishing Paper 1 x Allen Wrench 1 x Instruction
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Sound! Euphonium or Hibike! Euphonium is a Japanese novel written by Ayano Takeda, published on December 5, 2013 by Takarajimasha. The story focuses on the Kitauji High School Concert Band, which is steadily improving thanks to the newly appointed director's strict instruction. The manga adaptation which is illustrated by Hami was serialized on the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! Web website. An anime adaptation, produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Tatsuya Ishihara, began airing on April 7, 2015 and finished on June 30, 2015. Second season began airing in October 6, 2016 and finished in December 29, 2016.