Remove Over Spray from E-Glass Coating?


#1

In the picture you have paint over spray on inside with E-Glass coating.
It has been on for about a year or more.
What is the best way to remove with out damaging the coating.


#2

a brick? I’d walk.


#3

Any takers!!
(Or is it a put it into the to hard basket??)


#4

I already told you on facebook lol


#5

Don’t make it your problem. Way too much liability here. I would advise the homeowner to seek legal option if the contractor who did this ( if it wasn’t the homeowner ) is not willing to compensate for damages. If it were my house and a contractor did this, I would demand replacement of any damaged glass. I think they would have an excellent case especially with documentation from the window company that no abrasive cleaners or razors can be used.


#6

WDW, have read Denatured alcohol, mineral turpentine, or Acetone can be used on coating side. Any body tried this and failed? (Did it take the E-Coating off?)


#7

What kind of paint is it?
What does the manufacture of the glass recommend?


#8

Tried the Denatured Alcohol and it did not work for me. Though the paint specks were thicker than what is shown here.