Removing Paint from Glass?

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If the paint you are trying to remove from glass is latex or water based, you should be able to remove it with common household glass cleaner or a bit of hot soapy water if the paint has not completely dried yet. If the paint is dried, then you can generally remove it with a single bladed glass scraper. If the paint you are trying to remove is oil based, you will need to use a bit of paint solvent dabbed on with a rag. You need to try and scrape as much of the paint off before rubbing with the paint solvent.
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