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General Glass Cutting Questions 
When using textured glass, should the textured surface be on the front or back side of the project? Answer You can use which ever side looks best …

Trimming up pieces of glass to reduce grinding 
Hi Sue, I just discovered your awesome website tonight. WOW... You sure have a lot of very helpful information here!! Thank you for that!! My question …

What's the Matter With My Glass Cutter? 
I haven't cut glass for about 10 years and am starting on a window. How often should the wheel of the cutter be replaced? I've made one window plus about …

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