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Need new Glassware? Make your own in 5 easy steps.

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That's cool!

Yet another reason to get loaded!

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We just got some of these from someone...takes recycling to a whole new DIY level. Love them.

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This is a legit idea. Smart recycling. I don't drink, but if I did, I might try this.

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Sweet, will definitely try this out.

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This is a legit idea. Smart recycling. I don't drink, but if I did, I might try this.

you can do it with any glass bottle (pop, water, sauces, etc.)
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you can do it with any glass bottle (pop, water, sauces, etc.)

Good point. Not many glass bottles for other liquids anymore these days though.

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Good point. Not many glass bottles for other liquids anymore these days though.

you can find some glass bottles in the pop aisle, i know coke and pepsi has them, as do some of the mexican sodas.
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This one time I fell down and hit my head.

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Nice find, love it. Science wins yet again.

Can't wait to make my own 4 Roses Single Barrel 700ml pint glass.

Only complaint (having not yet attempted the feat) is that the "sanded" glass might feel shyte on the mouth. The feel of professional glassware is just, well perfect.

Anyone tried to do it yet?

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Nice find, love it. Science wins yet again.

Can't wait to make my own 4 Roses Single Barrel 700ml pint glass.

Only complaint (having not yet attempted the feat) is that the "sanded" glass might feel shyte on the mouth. The feel of professional glassware is just, well perfect.

Anyone tried to do it yet?

you can sand it, then use a micromotor with a polishing bur to polish the edges until its perfectly smooth. I will try it, then polish it with a micromotor. Then maybe I could make a business in selling glassware out of used bottles :lol:.

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Edit: Nah, that was a bit harsh.

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