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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

UXCell Glass Cutter


UXCell Glass Cutter
I recently pulled out my stained glass tools and discovered my glass cutter and corroded beyond use.   I found this one on Amazon for $6.63.   It worked just fine.  I chose this and not one with an oil reservoir due to the frequent complaints about oil leakage.   A couple of cotton balls soaked with 3-1 Oil work just fine for cleaning the cutter after each cut.   I did research and find that the expensive cutting oil often recommended is not necessary.   You can use sewing machine oil or 3-1 oil for far less money.

The cutter worked just fine.
Amazon Technical Details
  • This is a new Glass Cutter for mineral glass and diamond
  • The Diamond Cutter (note: this cutter is not diamond made, but for cutting diamond) is perfect for cutting and glass art work
  • The Minerals Cutter also perfect for cutting stained glass, other craft and household uses
  • With a metal holder, anti-slip design, convenience to use
  • Size: 6 3/4 x 3/8" (L*W)
I received no compensation for this review and I bought the cutter it was not given to me to review.

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