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  • Crystal Kee

    Cut out bottoms.

  • Myna Singh

    Cut off the wine bottle bottom to use it for lighting candles and without the fear of the candles blowing out in the wind. Taking out the wine bottle's bottom is not as hard as you'd think... score with glass cutter, run under boiling water, then cool, then boiling. Repeat until the bottom cracks off.

  • Betsy Nash

    really cool idea: Not as hard as you'd think... score with glass cutter, run under boiling water, then cool, then boiling. Repeat until the bottom cracks off.

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