Stain glass paint?

how do you remove stain glass paint i bought a kit and did a few window panes not happy so i want to take it off what product can i use to take it off.

  1. GodThingie
    on November 30th, -0001

    Goo Off 2 is the product I suggest you use. Our Maintenance Man at the hotel I work at uses it to remove paint from all kinds of things. I left you a brief description below and the link to it in the sources section.

    *The ultimate water-based dried paint remover. Strong enough to remove dried latex paint but without the harsh chemicals. Safe for use on most plastics and fabrics.*

  2. ShoeLover
    on November 30th, -0001

    I’ve used a do it yourself glass paint before & found that it flakes pretty easy. Try spraying the window with windex & use a single edge razor. It may take it off.

  3. Sonny
    on April 27th, 2017

    The ablitiy to think like that is always a joy to behold

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Stain glass paint?

how do you remove stain glass paint i bought a kit and did a few window panes not happy so i want to take it off what product can i use to take it off.

  1. Guineapig
    on November 30th, -0001

    It depends what its made from, there are a few different types, some are based on PVA glue, in which case you’d peel it off. Try something like surgical spirit if not.

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Stain glass paint?

how do you remove stain glass paint i bought a kit and did a few window panes not happy so i want to take it off what product can i use to take it off.

  1. OpenRoad
    on November 30th, -0001

    Most stained glass paints can be removed with acetone (nail polish remover). It should be noted on the label what solvent is used to either thin the paint or used for clean-up. If it’s soap and water cleanup, try rubbing alcohol first, and if that doesn’t work, try ammonia (good quality window cleaner).

  2. KittyInCollinder
    on November 30th, -0001

    I would assume it will have to be removed with a razor blade. You could try some rubbing alcohol, but that would probably be a big mess if it does soften or dissolve the paint. It is the stuff used to color Christmas lights and that flakes off after prolonged outdoor exposure so maybe heating (small torch used in making a creme brelee) will help.

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