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Mudtools Cutting Wire

$14.90

Mudtools Cutting Wire

$14.90

The Green Mudwire is ergonomically designed to be a pleasure to use. The handle is made with a durable polymer and is shaped to give you a good grip without having to wrap the wire around your fingers. The high grade stainless steel braided cable is more resistant to kinking than traditional cut-off wires. This cut-off wire is suited for a standard 13 inch wheel-head and makes a clean cut- you’ll use it every day.

(wire length is approximately 38cm but may vary slightly)

The Heavy Duty Black Mudwire is the big brother of the Standard Green general-use wire. The handle is made with a durable polymer and is shaped to give you a good grip without having to wrap the wire around your fingers. The high grade stainless steel cable is more resistant to kinking than traditional cut-off wires. The black Mudwire is made with a heavier cable appropriate to use under heavier/larger pots and platters. Good for cutting big slabs off a block of clay.

(wire length is approximately 43cm but may vary slightly)

The Short Orange Mudwire is perfect for potters who work small. The shortened wire eliminates the need to wrap inches of wire around your fingers.

The handles are made with a durable polymer & ergonomically designed to give you a comfortable grip. The wire is a high grade braided stainless steal cable which is stronger and more resistant to kinking than common cable, solid wire or fishing line.

(wire is approximately 9" but may vary slightly)

The Curly Red Mudwire is more than just a cut-off tool. As you pull it through the clay, the coiled wire leaves a beautiful pattern. Use it for faceting and you get a surface that looks beautiful on wood-fired or salt-fired pots and under glazes that break (like celadon or temeku).

The handles are made of a durable polymer and are shaped to give you a comfortable ergonomic grip without having to wrap the wire around your fingers. The stainless steel coiled wire comes to you compressed and you pull it out to get the curl that suits you.

(extends up to a max total length of approximately 15″)