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— Posted by wizeass on 4:46 pm on Dec. 13, 2001

How can you cut car window glass? and is there a simple way to make a glass cutter?


— Posted by Sicopath on 5:31 pm on Dec. 13, 2001

House glass or car glass?


— Posted by wizeass on 7:44 pm on Dec. 13, 2001

car


— Posted by wizeass on 8:16 pm on Dec. 14, 2001

Bro, you got any ideas?


— Posted by Sicopath on 9:48 pm on Dec. 14, 2001

To do it properly, you need one loose end of glass. so pry up the top end of covering. Cut the glass horizontally with a well oiled cutter (or else it will squeak) and a ruler to ensure a straight cut and easy breakage(press down HARD). after that, get a strong flat plank of wood and get it behind the glass and slowly push the top end away from you and the glass should break along the cut.

If you were thinking about the glass cutters you see in film where it chops through, sorry, those don’t exist(yet).


— Posted by Dman on 10:06 pm on Dec. 14, 2001

get a brick and smash it (it may be noisy, but it works well)


— Posted by wizeass on 10:36 pm on Dec. 14, 2001

Where exactly do I aquire this cutter?


— Posted by Dman on 12:31 am on Dec. 15, 2001

any construction yard…or you can find a big rock on the ground


— Posted by The Great Milenko on 12:49 am on Dec. 15, 2001

I heard that if you get the procelain bit out of a spark plug and throw a small bit of it at the window it shatters it


— Posted by ladieluver on 2:44 am on Dec. 15, 2001

yeah it does shatter it with little or no noise at all works just fine


— Posted by Sicopath on 5:33 am on Dec. 15, 2001

you can buy a glass cutter from a hardware store, ask for one. It should be a small tool with a metal bit at one end with notches on one side and a tiny wheel at the protruding corner. This wheel is what you’ll use to make a shallow cut on the glass surface.


— Posted by Sicopath on 5:36 am on Dec. 15, 2001

Oh, another good way is to put sticky film (like the stuff people use to cover books) all over the window, then hit it sharply in the center with a rock, the film holds the glass on so there is hardly any noise made. peel off the film with the glass stuck to it and there you go.


— Posted by Broken Linx on 8:59 am on Dec. 18, 2001

another variation of that is 2 make 1 of those baloon guns, put contact on the window except 4 a little bit right in the middle, then shoot the porcelin from the spark plug straight through it with the baloon gun


— Posted by wizeass on 6:45 pm on Dec. 30, 2001

Hey where in the hell is the porcelain on the spark plugs, i looked at my moms and i cant see any porcelain.


— Posted by The Dark Avenger on 2:17 pm on Dec. 31, 2001

The white part of the spark plug is porcelin. You are aware that the spark plugs are located in the engine block of an automobile…right?


— Posted by needmoney4weed on 8:25 pm on Jan. 21, 2002

How much do these glass cutters cost and would they carry them at all hardware stores or large ones with department specializing different areas? Also, about the porcelain, does it have to be off a spark plug or can i just take a piece of porcelain china and use that?


— Posted by myachi on 12:14 am on Jan. 22, 2002

I think that most hadware store would have them, however I do know for a fact that Lowes and Home Depot have them and there only  2 or 3 bucks


— Posted by Ratty on 4:46 pm on April 10, 2002

Ive tried TGM idea before….

smashingly good results :biggrin:


— Posted by MadBomber2 on 8:10 pm on April 10, 2002

I would assume the porcelain off of anything would work because it’s porcelain and has the same properties.


— Posted by chico14 on 10:13 pm on April 10, 2002

get a dimond and slash the window…1 of ur mamis rings


— Posted by Slimwaq on 1:19 am on April 11, 2002

If you are in no need to be quiet about it…They have these springloaded glass punchers.  They are about the size of a pencil and you hold it against glass and press a button then it will shatter the glass and they only cost like 10 bucks.  They are used by rescue squads all over the place.


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