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Re: Cutting terra cotta pots

Just wanted to piggy-back on John's ideas for cutting pots. I've used a hack saw blade called a carbide grit saw blade to cut pots. It works very, very well. So well that, if you so choose (I'm a cheapy too John), you don't really need the hack saw itself, just the blade. I've often had to snap the blade in half (it's very flexible and not sharp to touch) to start a hole off - it's never been a problem to use the carbide grit saw blade by hand. The blade also enables you to cut through pots very quickly (matter of minutes).

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