Duck tape residue on glass

I need suggestions for removing the mesh like duck tape residue from glass. Thanks S2
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Single edge razor blade and:
WD 40 and/or Goof Off and/or Citrus solvent
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I've found the best to be lighter fluid.

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Start with a singe edge razor blade scraper to get the bulk of it off.
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Gasoline on a paper towel. Rub. Or perhaps on a nylon scrubbie. Kerosene, if you want to be safer. Ronsinol lighter fluid if you wish.
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For god sake do not use gasoline! Go buy a pint of varsol.
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WD-40 sprayed on a rag will do it every time!

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What's Varsol? Not heard of that.
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On Wed 06 Apr 2005 06:36:14p, Stormin Mormon wrote in alt.home.repair:

Illuminate the work area with a lighted kitchen match.
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Jack Allen wrote:

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Edwin Pawlowski wrote:

does, but doesn't leave the goo behind. Audio / video folks have used it for years to temporarily lay down cables without ruining them.
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Coleman stove fuel, the old stuff in the can.
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Goof-Off or lacquer thinner.
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rub it with canned Tuna
then,
let the neighborhood cats in to lick it off
seen it done a thousand times...
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WD40 on a rag.
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wrote:

I second that, just a word of worning, if you have painted frame, it could cause discoloration of the paint, so becareful.
hth,
tom @ www.WorkAtHomePlans.com
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snipped-for-privacy@optonline.net wrote in

regular cooking oil.
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