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Morton Mini Surface Plus - 2 Pack by Morton Glass Works

$39.95 USD
Item# 7125
Expected to be in stock Dec 06, 2016

Product Features

  • Cutting surface keeps your workspace clean and safe
  • Two small interlocking panels, 22-1/2" x 15-3/4" combined
  • Designed to work with the Portable Glass Shop and other popular tools

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Product Description

A Tool No Glass Artist Should be Without!
This convenient cutting surface keeps your work space safe and clean by allowing glass slivers to fall into the grid cells below, away from your hands. Flip the cutting surface over and you have a tracing surface for pattern pieces. This multi-panel surface measures 11-1/4" x 15-3/4" each. Using both panels interlocking together creates a surface measuring 22-1/2" x 15-3/4" as shown above.

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Pros : This is a must have. It catches all the little shards and keeps them from marring my table. We also reuse all those little bits in small pieces - dichroic glass is expensive and we use every last shard!
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Pros : love it.easy to transport
Cons : none
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Pros : This isn't rocket science. I use one grid under my grinder and one for my cutting surface. It catches all those nasty little shards. You know, the ones that stick in your fingers when you accidentally wipe your hand across the work table.
Cons : None!
Other Thoughts : I've used the same 2 grids for years. Occasionally I carefully carry them out to the trash and dump them out. Follow up with a good spray with the garden hose and they're like new.
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