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I use tin snips, a dremel tool with a good cutting edge, and you are ABSOLUTELY RIGHT that you need safety glasses and a mask!. Fiberglass dust is bad to breathe in, in addition, there are teeny tiny shards of metal as well that come off the board when you cut it.
I've never had an issue mailing this, but it's always been during November - January. I usually wrap layers of pieces in parchment paper, place it all in a bag, then in a decorative tin and mail it that way. Hope that helps!
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