Questions about: glass

Stained glass is beautiful to look at and enjoyable to create. However, it is incredibly fragile. Even the smallest cracks in stained glass can be worrisome, especially for fear that the crack may spread and destroy the artwork
Jill Wolff Interior Design 1. Glass-front peninsula cabinets. Some kitchens have a peninsula that divides the cooking space and another adjacent space (often the dining room)
In fact, you can clear these windows up. If its regular glass, two small holes are drilled and a cleaning solution (which need not be toxic) injected. If it is tempered glass, the same procedure is possible if the glass seal can be reached for drilli
I woud not try the "cut out or smash one pane" approach. I might try removing the pane as a unit (yep, you're going to have to dis-assemble wherever it was "built in place" a little) and drilling the seal/separator full of holes to ventilate it - or
No, it's not easily changed. I strongly suspect that you'd be better off living with it white, or trading it for a black one, as any paint-based solution will be far inferior to actual colored glass in appearance and durability. The best possible pai
You cannot cut or drill heat tempered glass. Not waterjet, not laser, not hot needle, not under water. Physics, not technique
The method for using the invention is in combination with a table style wet saw, in particular, one using a roller tray with lip or one that guides motor and the blade across a stationary tray with lip. The size and dimensions of the invention are wo