13" Plastic Cutting Square

$7.95 USD
Item# 5162
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Product Features

  • 13" Plastic T-square will not scratch glass
  • Makes it easy to get a straight score every time
  • Works for both right and left handed people
  • Small size makes storage easy


Product Description

Complete straight cuts with ease with the 13" Plastic Cutting Square. Non-abrasive, lightweight plastic square works for both right and left-handers. Use it to draw or score straight lines on glass and patterns.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   One of my favorite cutting tools
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Pros : Creates a perfect straight line when you have a 12"x12" sheet
Cons : can be hard to hold without it moving towards the end of the cut.
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  •   It's pretty simple. . .
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Pros : It's all very simple, really. It helps you to score glass or mark glass in a nice straight line!
Cons : Haven't found any.
Other Thoughts : I was using a carpenter's square, refusing to believe that I needed this "piece of plastic." Well, this "piece of plastic" has paid for itself over and over again.
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  •   Great Tool for the Price!
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Pros : The price is right. Excellent square!
Cons : Only 14" (long enough for me!)
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