How to Remove and Keep Paint Away from your Window’s Glass
Chances are, you have a window right now with a fleck of paint that you choose to ignore because you have no idea how to remove it. You only have two known choices: Get the windows buffed, which is costly; or replace the entire window, which is more costly. If these mean the end of the line for you, know that there are things you can do to remove it and to avoid it. Here are the ways.
This can be done by applying a professional cleaning solution to the area or by using a mixture of dishwashing soap and water to make the glass slippery, which would make the whole process easier. Slippery glass will also reduce the possibility of you making unattractive scratches on your window. When this is achieved, test your razor on an inconspicuous part of the glass to see if your razor leaves any scratches; if it does, get a sharper one.
Position the razor blade on the glass on a 30-degree angle and slowly push it under the fleck of paint. The slippery glass should make this easier, and the paint can either be removed all at once or in little strips. Be careful not to push too hard though; you might slip and cut yourself.
After you have removed all the paint flecks on the window, apply more cleaning solution then dry it off. You might think, isn’t that a lot of work just to remove one tiny yet annoying fleck of paint? You’re right; it is a lot of work, and to think that it could have been easily prevented by using glass film.
Glass film is a self-adhesive plastic cover for your windows that should be used when painting or remodeling. It stops paint or dust from coating your window as well as help to clean it because the adhesive will pull off grime when removed. You can get a clear film or one that comes in blue. Both are durable too. Who would think that glass films can last for months to even a year? As for facility, the film is easy to install because it is self-adhesive. Getting glass film should be done before you start painting or remodeling the house.
Glass film is an investment; it protects your windows so you don’t have to spend money and energy on post-remodeling damage mitigation. For more information, you can visit Wikihow.com/Clean-Paint-On-Glass-Windows or FreeWindowCleaningTips.com.
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