The greenhouse is finished, and, after a lousy start, the replacement pains were cut.
Now anyone that has had the displeasure to have to cut used greenhouse glass will know, the normal technique that we are all taught on how to cut glass, has a high failure rate. that method being…Score, press down over a table edge where the score line is. You just end up hoping that the break is veered off to the waste side of the cut, so the glass can be nibbled away to the line.
This apparently is because the used glass has altered its structure over time, and now has micro cracks in it.
But this technique works..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvzvAaXR_oY&t=140s
I could tell you the technique, but I prefer that this chap gets the credit.
I went from 100% fail rate to 100% success on my first attempt of this method and techniques. Along with an oil filled glass cutter for £3.50.
If you ever need to cut second hand glass, give this video a watch.