Worrisome task

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  1. ccng

    ccng Guest

    wot is the best window cleaning chemical solutions that can remove cement from the surface of glass windows:huh:
     
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  2. try this i just found it :)

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7402533_remove-cement-auto-paint.html
     
  3. ccng

    ccng Guest

    Thank you but,glass and car are quite different,i actually had a job where cement was all over the glass, i have tried many degreasers but to no avail,i now decided to use sSwear word!er,but it is scratching the window,please wot do i do
     
  4. but if it doesnt scratch lacquer how will it scratch glass?? lacquer will scratch before glass will?

    also found this which refers to the same idea?
    http://www.ehow.com/how_4812211_remove-cement-paint-glass.html[hr]
    ill try it myself tomo to see.. i have cement and a double glazed window in the garage.. lets see :) [hr]
    also another site with an idea
    http://www.stopscratchedglass.com/faq/[hr]
    and a cement remover for you
    http://www.topoftheline.com/cement-concrete-remover-auto.html

    hope at least one of those helps
     
  5. ccng

    ccng Guest

    Thank you so much,have gone through you suggested sites.
    Really ths forum is a wonderful place to belong
     
  6. nearlyclean

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    cement is a tough one to remove,I always give the client a disclaimer for this sort of work,problem is after you remove the cement it leaves a blemish,there are professional glass restorers and they are best to leave it to them as they have specialist equipment and chemicals.
    I have used obas oil the stuff that you put on a tissue when you have a cold.dab it on the effected area and then soap it up and a light rinse repeat
     
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