From: Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}>
Subject: Re: Stuck Filters
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On Nov 5, 2017, android wrote
(in article<>):

> In article<>,
> Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}>  wrote:
> > The only area you will be able to get to is going to be the
> > outer, or female thread which is trapping the innner, or male thread. Icing
> > it will cause contraction, making the connection even tighter.
> It could sort of pry it open and make the lense filter connection looser
> after it got room temperated again. I got my wrench set of four for less
> than USD 5...

....and that was the sensible thing to do.

The non-wrench hare-brained methods are just that, and are likely to end, at 
best in frustration, and in the worse case scenario, end with damage to 
filter(s) and/or lens.