Glass Tool Kit

$74.95 USD
Item# 7313
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Product Features

  • Everything you need to get started in mosaics
  • Easy to use and long lasting quality tools
  • Glasses are large enough to fit over prescription glasses
  • Use wheeled glass nippers for nipping glass strips, rods, and tiles!


Product Description

Our favorite tools for glass!
Works well for stained glass, mirror, and glass tiles. Use the glass cutter and running pliers to cut out shapes. The nippers are an excellent time-save tool for nipping small pieces to fill in backgrounds. Kit includes safety glasses, wheeled nippers, running pliers and pistol grip glass cutter.

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Product Details

  • Safety glasses
  • Dry wheel glass cutter
  • Studio Pro running pliers
  • Studio Pro wheeled nippers

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Pros : All the items are very useful.
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Other Thoughts : I am just starting out with stained glass and bought this kit because I was having trouble breaking the glass. The pliers that came with this set breaks the score line so easily, I even made big pieces without messing them up, they broke right where I need them to. The nippers are also very useful for taking small bits off. I already had a few cutters but the one that came with my set was much better! And, of course, safety glasses are a must. All together, this set is just what I needed to really get started.
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