Re: [World] Silicone Removal


Date Sun, 4 Dec 2005 19:39:11 -0600

Jim,
 
The baby powder worked great for us. But I agree with Shawn, it's a good idea to use the razor blades to get the majority off first. To detail with powder and steel wool, sprinkle the steel wool with the powder. The silicone doesn't smear but balls up in the powder. Without the powder, it only seemed to reapply on the glass.
 
Robert Lamb
Rob's Window Cleaning
www.go.to/windowcleaning
Western Kentucky & Southern Illinois
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 7:03 PM
Subject: RE: [World] Silicone Removal

Personally I have had better luck with a very sharp blade.  You will go through many blades but it will get the majority of it off and then detail from there.  Get your waiver signed first though.

 

Shawn Gavin

Prism Window Cleaning, Inc.

Castle Rock, CO.

 


From: addressis@removed [mailto:addressis@removed On Behalf Of Jim Andrews
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 5:29 PM
To: addressis@removed
Subject: [World] Silicone Removal

 

We have a big job coming up at the end of the week with glass that is covered in silicone.  What is the process using baby powder and steel wool?  Do you sprinkle powder on dry wool and then rub off?  We've always used steel wool but have never added the baby powder but thought we might try it on this job.

 

Jim Andrews
Sunshine Cleaning Service
Florida