There is white and grey blache’s on the metal frames. I thought it may have been concrete or plaster and used concrete dissolve but it did not fix the problem. I tried goo be gone and it didn’t work. Any suggestions? This is a giant construction clean up. 20200429_144655|500x500
some of it is damaged but if like to get some of that to lift. I’ve tried mineral oil too.
I don’t mean to be dismissive. But why are you trying to clean the frames? Aside from wiping them, I don’t recommend trying to fix what the builders did.
Frames are not like a piece of glass that you can razor or use steel wool, etc.
I think it is a huge mistake to include frames in a post construction cleaning. I would point out the damage to the owner and suggest that they contact whoever did it.
it’s not part of the bid. he ask me if there was anything that could be done. I’ve worked with this builder since I started and clean his house monthly.
I WFP all the windows to start and then get nose to glass.
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I have done thousands of construction clean ups. More then likely that will not come off. Those black metal frames are famous for doing this. I always undersell what can be accomplished in those even the glass half the time has defects or broken seals from install.
Thank you, Justin @Realcleanlasvegas They are not complaining at all. I was hoping to find something to add to my “tool box”.
That first photo almost looks like its corrosion don’t it? I wouldn’t mess with it personally.
Just explain how much is involved with refinishing and restoring it, and you steer clear unless its easy like copper and brass etc…
That would be like getting your car detailed and then they leave the wheels dirty. Not cleaning the frames on any job leaves a sub-par impression in my opinion and completely takes away from the appearance of your work.
I would go with #000 or #0000 steel wool on those frames, whatever you can’t get off is most likely going to stay.
On painted frames? Well I should be ignored, I refuse all post construction jobs because I hate them so much.
But I have done enough to know that you don’t get stuff off of frames.