Learn how to safely break and remove old glass window panes.
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Broken glass can cause serious injuries. Always wear protective gloves, work boots, and goggles when you are removing glass from a window. Apply strips of masking tape over the surface of the window pane to prevent shards from falling when you remove the remaining glass.
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