I have a cooker hood in mind which has a flat glass plate around the chimney/suction part, just short of 1cm thick. (I want this particular design as the hood will obscure a window slightly and also so I can store light things such as salt, pepper and a few herbs/spices on top of it.)
It is wider than the hob and it may make sense to trim it a bit on one side to allow for a better/deeper cupboard. What is a good way to do this?
The first tool at home I think of is an angle grinder... but I have never used it with glass and I don't know anybody who has. (And I have a lot of respect for these after using them on tiles or metal, even if, say, I was wearing glass splinter resistant head and limb protection!) Thank you.