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How to properly remove a broken/cracked window/glass.

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When you have to replace a broken/cracked  window/glass with a new one, you inevitably have to remove the existing broken/cracked window/glass--often piece by piece.  Removing a broken/cracked window/glass is a very dangerous activity.  To help minimize this hazard, take some precautions and utilize wise techniques: When removing broken glass, piece by piece, start from the top by removing the top pieces and working your way down with the removal of the pieces below.  This will help reduce the the chances of glass cutting your hands from up above.  Of course, when dealing with sharp objects, such as a window/glass, make sure you take precautions (wear all thick gloves--preferably thick leather work gloves, eye goggles, and other protective gear appropriate for this task).

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