- a plumber's tool for soldering lead pipes
- a tool used in making stained glass windows
- 1952: A hot iron rod, being drawn along the outline, produced a crack, which enabled the outlying portions of the glass to be broken off. The ragged edge so produced was then cleaned up with the grozing-iron. — L.F. Salzman, Building in England, p. 179.
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