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  • Aimée Terreri

    Cut glass with a string and acetone - make cool drinking glasses if cut tops off beer bottles or hanging glass votive lanterns if cut the bottoms off a wine bottle (like you see at wine bars). Wine bottles would look pretty with lights in them for decor

  • Nikki G

    This website gives pretty good instructions on how to cut bottles to make them into glasses using only a string, nail polish remover, fire and water.

  • Tasha Hoskins

    How to Cut Glass Bottle Using a String and Nail Polish Remover

  • stephanie hall

    how to use broken glass for cement countertops

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