Hey guys I have a construction clean Monday with a lot of tempered glass. Looking for some tips to get paint, silicone, etc. off of the glass without scratching, obviously. What have you found is the fastest way?
I use 0000 steel wool a lot, don’t use carbon blades, only 1,5" blade and only where needed, sort strokes on wet glass.
I don’t think there’s a fast way of doing construction cleans if you are not scratching glass and doing quality work.
Oil Flo dissolves paint—Mr Clean magic pads take off silicone (if not too thick)…no scratches…
Did you try using a blade? Not all tempered glass will scratch. Some will only scratch on one side. Then there is that Old Castle glass that scratches if you look through it too much.
Man I dislike jobs that you cannot use a blade, so much more work. all the ideas above are great. Price accordingly and get a scratched glass waiver.
Thanks for the replies everyone. I finished it on Tuesday. It was a new storage facility. Man some of those windows were really difficult to get to not much room to fit and I’m a skinny guy! Anyways the windows and doors that were tempered only had the fd on one side so I could scrap the inside on them. It went well overall and turned out great!