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Oct 01, 2010
oil container
by: flowers

We use a small bit of chux folded over and over in a milk or juice container lid. It lasts for ages and uses a little bit of oil. We found that the chux don't disintegrate like a sponge does and you can run the wheel over the chux without getting little pieces of sponge stuck in the cutting wheel

Mar 10, 2009
Another Way to Use Cutting Oil
by: Dnowhat

I put cotton balls in the bottom of a small, cleaned and empty plastic spice jar. All you need to do is add your oil (a little of a lot) and dip in your cutter to oil. The cotton keeps the oil from spilling and you have a screw lid to close the jar to keep dirt and other stuff out.

Oct 04, 2008
Cutter oil
by: Janelle

Every oil-filled glass cutter I've ever used has leaked and spilled oil everywhere but on the glass. I finally started pouring a tiny bit of oil into the cap of the oil bottle and I dip the cutter head into it before each cut. Works perfectly and doesn't waste all that oil.

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