Aids in the De-Glazing of Glass Installed with
Silicone, Foam Tapes, Butyl Tapes and Other Flexible Materials
Blade Lays Flat on the Glass and Slides Into the Glazing Pocket
Extremely Simple to Use
The CRL E.Z.D. Glazer De-Glazing Tool is a
real time-saver. This simple-to-use tool is designed to aid in the de-glazing of
glass bedded into materials commonly used in the window industry, including
silicone, foam or butyl tapes, and other materials engineered to remain flexible
throughout their service life (not recommended for use with glazing putty or
other materials that harden over time).
The EZ1010 goes to work when you lay the
cutting blade flat on the glass surface and slide it into the glazing pocket.
The glazing material is separated from the glass as you roll the tool along the
entire length of the pocket. For tight fits you can facilitate the cutting
process by adding soapy water or a light lubricant (Cat. No. SLK1QT) to the
blade. A built-in hand guard lets you work right next to the glass for good
leverage and a deep cut when needed.