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Topic by RockyRR posted 10-05-2009 06:15 PM 14001 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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RockyRR

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10-05-2009 06:15 PM

On my house I have some double pane glass on a couple doors and the side-lights at my front door. There is an unpainted yellow (ugly) plastic grill on each (to simulate separate panes). What do you use to clean that stuff and what type of paint do you use on them?



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a1Jim

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10-08-2009 01:33 AM

Hey Rocky
Mr clean has these things called cleaning erasers try those I’ve had good luck with them. Krylon makes some spray paint in rattle cans that’s made just for plastic.

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dbray45

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06-30-2015 12:45 PM

A small angled sash brush, a steady hand, and time. I have seen people tape the glass first and then paint. If you get paint on the glass, after the paint has dried but not hardened, use a one sided razor blade to gently scrape the paint off the glass.

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owensmith

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10-25-2015 12:53 PM

I am just using a glass cleaner and a wiper like the one we use in car glass shields.

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