► How should you use glass cutting oil?
For dipping your cutter in oil, choose a small container, like an old empty film canister. Place a cotton ball inside the container and then fill it about ½ full with the oil. Dip the cutter into the container and then make your score line. Re-dip the cutter for each cut.
If your cutter has an oil chamber then fill the cutter about 2/3’s full of your desired oil and replace the nugget. When ready to use the cutter, just loosen the brass cap a little.
► Why use cutting oil?
It is very important to use cutting fluid, particularly when cutting thick glass. This cutting oil is specially created to lubricate glass cutters, it helps breaking and longevity of your cutting blade.
► Extending you cutter’s life
This glass cutting oil is especially made to keep the cutter blade from getting destroyed as it is scratching across glass, it helps to preserve the cutting wheel edge by washing away glass particles; It also keeps the blades of the cutter turning evenly and smoothly.
► Stop glass from “healing”…
Many times “old scores” are harder to break than a fresh score and this is because there is a “healing” process that takes place very slowly within the glass. This glass cutting oil keeps the scored line open and slows down this “healing” process.
► Exclusive non-toxic formula
This glass cutting oil is created by using a non-hazardous OSHA approved formula that is prepared only with natural fatty acid derivates and additives; Removing it is no problem as the oil cleans up easily;
► Do not waste your money on poorly made cutting oils!
Do not buy cheap as other oils do not provide the same benefits and viscosity. Other oils are either too thick or too thin for the wick system inside your glass cutter.