Mar 21, 2020

Clean Glue from Windows

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===Scraping the Glass===
 
===Scraping the Glass===
#Scrape the glue away once you have soaked or scrubbed it with a solvent. The solvent will weaken the glue's grip on the window, and the scraping tool will give you the edge and leverage that you need to chip the adhesive away from the glass. Use a metal scraper, preferably something sharp and sturdy. Do not use a thin or fragile blade &ndash; you'll need to apply a lot of force to remove the glue, and a sharp blade will be dangerous if it breaks.<ref>https://ift.tt/2vKTI1i>[[Image:Clean Glue from Windows Step 13.jpg|center]]
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#Scrape the glue away once you have soaked or scrubbed it with a solvent. The solvent will weaken the glue's grip on the window, and the scraping tool will give you the edge and leverage that you need to chip the adhesive away from the glass. Use a metal scraper, preferably something sharp and sturdy. Do not use a thin or fragile blade &ndash; you'll need to apply a lot of force to remove the glue, and a sharp blade will be dangerous if it breaks.[[Image:Clean Glue from Windows Step 13.jpg|center]]
 
#Chip stubborn adhesives away from the glass with a scraping tool. Use the sort of scraper that you'd use to remove auto decals; alternately, use a new razor blade, a retractable utility knife, or a flat-head screwdriver.<ref>https://ift.tt/2WFVaNc> Angle the blade about 30 degrees from the surface of the glass. Carefully and methodically scrape the residue from the glass surface. Push with a smooth motion,a nd remember: scrape, don't slice, otherwise you might ruin the glass.<ref>https://ift.tt/2U7mRwR Glue from Windows Step 14.jpg|center]]
 
#Chip stubborn adhesives away from the glass with a scraping tool. Use the sort of scraper that you'd use to remove auto decals; alternately, use a new razor blade, a retractable utility knife, or a flat-head screwdriver.<ref>https://ift.tt/2WFVaNc> Angle the blade about 30 degrees from the surface of the glass. Carefully and methodically scrape the residue from the glass surface. Push with a smooth motion,a nd remember: scrape, don't slice, otherwise you might ruin the glass.<ref>https://ift.tt/2U7mRwR Glue from Windows Step 14.jpg|center]]
 
#*The scraping method is not only useful for glue. It's also great for removing stubborn, caked-on paint.
 
#*The scraping method is not only useful for glue. It's also great for removing stubborn, caked-on paint.


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