Cutting glass bottles with $3 glass cutter, like this better than the nail polish removed way

You can give empty bottles an opportunity to reuse by throwing them into recycling boxes. Or you can make a bottle of your liking a decorative item in your home.

The first thing you need to do is decide where you want to cut the bottle from and cut out the area that will be cut with the glass pane. You can get a glass cutter or a drill for this. They are not very expensive tools. Keep your hand as stable as possible so that the area you are cutting is flat. We will use the heating method to separate the section to be cut. Warm up a candle at the waxing temperature by turning the close and swollen part of the bottle. This can take up to 10 minutes. Your warming bottle now needs to be cold. Open the faucet for this and keep it under cold water. The bottle takes 7-10 minutes to cool down. Do not put it in iced water. Your chili is ice with salt.


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