3/8" Breaker / Grozer Pliers

$11.95 USD
Item# 5066
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  • 2 tools in 1 – one side is for breaking the other for grozing
  • 3/8” wide jaw securely holds glass
  • Spring loaded handle reduces hand fatigue
  • Lifetime manufacturer guarantee!


Product Description

Use pliers to break glass along a score line when the glass can't be handled comfortably by hand. Wider 3/8” jaws are ideal for breaking long strips. A good score will snap cleanly with this plier. Turn the pliers over to use as a grozer (grozing is the "chewing" action that uses the pliers serrated jaw to nibble glass away from an edge). 6" long pliers feature spring loaded jaws. Lifetime Manufacturer Guarantee!

Instructions:
 

  1. Break the glass by holding it's surface in one hand and holding the plier in the other hang.
  2. Position the edge of the plier parallel to the score line, 1/4" away.
  3. Apply a quick up and out motion.
  4. To groze or remove unwanted edges from the glass, use the serrated jaw and nibble away glass.

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: 3.75 in W x 11.25 in L x 0.5 in D
  • Weight: 7.04 ounces
  • UPC: 79436600601-0

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