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Mar 31, 2010
cleaning oil-filled glass cutters
by: Jet Carroll

Kerosene works very well as a cleaner. It is a very light and thin liquid, and is also a lubricant, which suits oil cutters.
I keep oil in my (oil-filled) glass cutters and then keep them standing in kero, which helps rinse off any build up of oil and dirt.

Mar 30, 2010
Oiling Cutter
by: Patrick

Like minds think alike. I use a pistol cutter. My problem was too much oil. So I put some light oil with a little kerosene in a baby food jar with a wad of cotton batting and used that ever since. Less mess.

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