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Re: Urethane on Windows

Posted By: Don
Monday, 2 November 1998, at 10:55 a.m.

In Response To: Urethane on Windows (Micki)

Micki,

That Mike... first there is the pizza stain on the fireplace and now urethane on the windows... What will happen NEXT! ..

Hopefully you got real glass windows when you bought. The wonderful thing about real glass is that you can remove nearly anything with a simple single edged razor blade. Just hold the blade at a 45% angle or so against the glass and scrape off the stain/sealer/paint that may have gotten on the glass.

IF it is plexiglass or something other than 'real' glass you have a bigger problem, but the only place you will find plexi in most places are on storm doors once in a while or in where someone has replaced a single pane of glass in an older window. If it does happen to be plexi or some other form of plastic window.. leave the spot(s). You would do far greater damage scraping or using a chemical.

Good luck on the new house!

Don

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