Rendering on Glass

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  1. bareknuckle4

    bareknuckle4 Member
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    Does anyone have any tips on getting rendering off the glass?

    I have a job to do tomorrow where the lady has quite a bit of rendering and paint on the glass and as normal my wfp system won't touch this so I'm getting the ladders out. I do not want to scratch the glass so I'm pretty cautious when it comes to thinking about a sSwear word!per.


    Thanks everyone
     
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  2. Gav

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    I have used sSwear word!er for paint spots and worked well just keep the wfp on top of glass with water flowing to help loob

    Not had to deal with rendering yet though.
     
  3. bareknuckle4

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    Yea thats what i thought, thanks for the input though. I wonder if B&Q sell these sSwear word!ers? Guess il find out tomorrow.
     
  4. Use a combination of a sSwear word!er (always on wet glass) and steel wool which you can pick up from b&q for buttons

    Col ;)
     
  5. I think, Highend3d has some good glass shaders to use as a starting point. You can use it.
     
  6. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Steel wool? You serious?

    ....you're kidding aren't you?
     
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