How do you separate stuck glass containers?

CookedUp By Ron
by CookedUp By Ron
  5 answers
  • Huntress Huntress on Jan 05, 2019

    Are they stuck to each other or stuck on something ?

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 05, 2019

    Fill the top glass with a little ice, and then put the bottom glass into a sink or bowl of warm water. Give it a second or two to work, and the difference in temperatures between the two will cause the bottom one to expand a little and the top one to contract a little.

  • Chloe Crabtree Chloe Crabtree on Dec 01, 2021

    • Heat the outer glass. This method carries some risk, so you should use it with care. Since the outer glass is the one that has shrunk around the inner glass, this one needs to expand to allow the inner glass to slip away. Gently heat the outer glass by running it under the hot tap for a minute or so. With any luck, the glasses should come unstuck. If not, you may wish to consider cooling the inner glass, by filling it from the cold tap. [2] Avoid using ice or boiling water. The sudden change in temperature could cause one or both glasses to shatter violently, which could be very dangerous. [3] The glass is already under compression, making the situation especially risky.

  • Annie Annie on Jan 30, 2022

    Soak in hot tap water over night..