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DIY: Easy way to cut glass bottles !

I love colored glass bottles and recycle them for years. I was looking for a way of cutting the glass that I could use without the need for tools in order to reuse them. Of course I never imagined that the solution was acetone ...! See the video below: A s…
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wrap cotton string or yarn 5-6 times around area to be cut; knot & clip ends. Remove from glass & soak in cap-full of acetone (nail polish remover). Place back on glass and light string on fire - turning continuously to burn evenly. Keep bottom tiled up while turning to trap hot air. When flame starts to go out, plunge in COLD water. Sand the cut edge.