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How To Remove Paint From Glass The Right Way

How To Remove Paint From Glass
How To Remove Paint From Glass

If you’re wondering how to remove paint from glass, then don’t fear because it’s easier than you think! Glass is surprisingly hardy, but of course we wouldn’t want you to damage your favorite ornaments, so care is still required!

Look no further as we’ve got all the answers you need on how to remove paint from glass.

Preparing The Glass for Paint Removal

When removing paint from glass, it is important to protect the surrounding surfaces. You can do this by using a tarp, an old towel, or newspapers. It is also important to wear rubber gloves and use a soft sponge when prepping the surface for painting.

The supplies you will need to remove the paint include a bucket of warm water, vinegar, dish soap, and a razor or utility knife. Be sure to follow the directions carefully so that you can remove the paint without damaging the glass.

7 Steps to Remove Paint From Glass

Removing paint from a window can be a tedious task, but it’s important to do it the right way so you don’t damage the glass. Here are the steps you need to take:

1. Heat up a cup of vinegar in the microwave for 60 to 90 seconds.

2. Be very careful when removing the hot cup from the microwave; use a towel if your hands get burned or scratched.

3. Dip a sponge or cloth in hot vinegar and rub it along spots on the windowpane, avoiding abrasive sponges or steel wool as they can scratch glass underneath.

4. Scrub at the spot until it comes off.

5. If there is any paint left on the window after scrubbing, scrape it off with a razor or utility knife.

6. Apply warm soapy water to the window to loosen any remaining paint and clean it off

If In Doubt, Call a Professional

If you’re still nervous about doing any damage to the glass, it’s often best to call in the professionals. 

We understand that not everyone is comfortable with using spray paint removal or caulking, staining, and varnishing so by hiring someone to help, giving you peace of mind knowing that you and your family are safe.

Keep reading for more super-strong painting and decorating advice!

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