So, I showed yesterday the results of some liquid enamel samples on tin cans. Deconstructing a tin can is a matter of a few minutes. Accurate sawing probably wasn’t necessary for sample material, but it turns out that slicing off the top and bottom is a doddle.
You get a lovely bangle if you do take the time to saw off the ends. Still, slicing with some tin snips was the preferred separation method in the end.