The slice shard, named after being sheared from a small rectangular piece of acrylic and the shape that was formed. This shard has approximately the same overall dimensions as the wedge shard, but with the angular sides that it also shares, two of the sides are more sculpted to allow different looks. Works well with the chip shard, and the shark's tooth shard.

The Slice Shard

  • We've found the best way to polish your ice before photographing is to wash with warm soapy water, and avoid any abrasives or other chemicals. Should your ice develop minor surface blemishes in use, these can generally be removed with a spot of toothpaste on a microfibre cloth and used as a mild abrasive polish would be used when T-Cutting a car's paintwork. We do not recommend using T Cut.

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