Pipeknife EZD DeGlazing Tool (Pizza Cutter) with Extra Replacement Blade by TechnologyLK at Carls Upholstery. MPN: PKDGT102KIT. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Pipeknife EZD Glazing Tool (Pizza Cutter) is meant to assist in de-glazing glass panels that are embedded into flexible materials.
For use with silicone, butyl or foam tapes, and other materials that stay flexible over time - DO NOT use with glazing putting or materials that harden over time.
Built-in hand guard protects knuckles and serves as a guide.
Simply slip the blade into the glazing pocket, and cut along the glass panel. The blade can be sharpened when dull and can be easily replac
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