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@Roach hey man I stripped some commercial windows last week. Left a lot of glue behind as when I got done scraping it seemed to leave a haze or film behind. I tried rescraping but didn't really have any luck. Have you ever experienced this? 

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[mention=177]Roach[/mention] hey man I stripped some commercial windows last week. Left a lot of glue behind as when I got done scraping it seemed to leave a haze or film behind. I tried rescraping but didn't really have any luck. Have you ever experienced this? 
I have... I can't for the life of me remember what we did though. It was many years ago. I can check with my friend and see if he remembers.

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3 minutes ago, Roach said:

I have... I can't for the life of me remember what we did though. It was many years ago. I can check with my friend and see if he remembers.
 

 that would be great if you can. I know I've used 0000 steel wool on hard water stains. I was considering trying that out. 

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 that would be great if you can. I know I've used 0000 steel wool on hard water stains. I was considering trying that out. 
This was his reply:

Not sure, depends what it is. Use an Ammonia base something or other, or 91% alcohol or goo gone type stuff. New blade & elbow grease?

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Not sure how helpful that is... If I can think of something else I'll let you know.

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