Chipping Hammer with Coil Handle is a tool traditionally used to chip off welding slag.
We have found that the tapered heads are great for breaking china and stained glass without
creating as much waste as an ordinary hammer. The blunt head of an ordinary carpenters hammer
tends to crush the glass at the point of impact.
The head of the hammer is approximately 6 inches from tip to tip and the handle including
coil grip is approximately 9 inches. The tool is plastic-coated, except for the tips of the
heads, which are bare the minute the tool is first used.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND WEARING SAFETY GLASSES WITH SIDE SHIELDS WHEN USING THE TOOL OR
WORKING AROUND ANYONE ELSE USING THE TOOL.
We also recommend that you WEAR WORK GLOVES because broken stained glass and china can be
extremely sharp, sometimes as sharp as a surgical blade.
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