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    I was wondering if anyone knows how to remove the little safety glass stickers they put on the windows I know this is strange but any help I would be grateful

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    Try scratching it off with something steel.
    Steel has a hardness of about 5.5, glass is 6.5-7, so it won't scratch the glass.
     
     

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    I will try that I tried petrol and nail varnish remover and it didn't move it was gonna try a flat ended screwdriver see if that works or will it scratch the glass
     
     

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    Remember, regular steel (window fitters use a razor blade) and not a steel file!

    You'll feel the difference immediately as to whether it feels gritty (scratching) or it will feel like it is gliding ontop.

    It should be some sort of paint printed on which should scratch off pretty easy.
     
     

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    Cheers mate will be destroying 1 of my razors tonight I gotta get it off so can stick my forum stickers on
     
     

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    Right Stanley blades don't get it off either so I'm not to sure what else to try might try some solvent cleaner
     
     

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    Try a little swab of nitromors, and see if that has an effect.
     
     

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