How do you remove fog from old glass

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  • Amy Ogden-Paparone Amy Ogden-Paparone on Apr 26, 2018
    Hi Ruth, (again! LoL)
    Clean Hazy Glass in Place
    1. Step 1 Rinse with Soap & Water. Rinse the glass with simple dish soap and water first. ...
    2. Step 2 Razor Blade the Glass. Grab a flat razor blade or better yet a glass razor scraper and scrape across the surface of the glass. ...
    3. Step 3 Wipe Clean. ...
    Step 4 Polish Glass.

  • Jillian Jillian on Apr 26, 2018
    if product or paint is on the glass the flat razor is the way to go. You may also try baking soda or toothpaste to try to polish it also. If all else fails, depending on how big the glass panel is, try some clear silicone spray on it.

  • Nancy Nancy on Apr 26, 2018
    Sometimes, fog or haze is due to hard water deposits. White vinegar will remove the fog if this is the case. Also, if the fog is inside a glass vase or bottle, add a tablespoon of rice aNd straight white vinegar. Shake or swirl vigorously. Rinse well!

  • Diane Diane on Apr 26, 2018
    You might try using a little gasoline on a soft cloth running gently.

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Apr 26, 2018
    If you can put it in the sink, put a towel along the bottom of the sink. Use warm water with a little bit of soap (I like dawn, it helps with built up grease and dust). Carefully wash with soft rags and rinse well. I let them air dry, but you can dry them if you want.