Window appliques - removal

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mobtek
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Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:35 am

I have a couple of windows with the remnants of one of those "stained glass" stick-ons. I can scrape it off as a last resort, but if anyone knows of a spray on liquid that might make it easier to remove, that would be helpful.

Thanks
1989 Fuqua SW


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Greg S
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Location: Kingston Ontario Canada

Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:41 pm

WD40 some times works. Spray it on, let sit, remove with a safety razor. Paint stores have special holders that safety razors go into to make the job easier.
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mobtek
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Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:19 pm

Well, after having no luck I decided to just scrape it. UV over the years made it quite crispy so it came off a lot quicker and easier than I had anticipated.

I guess the best additive is still elbow grease!
1989 Fuqua SW

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