Are the tops smooth glass?  Just use a single edged razor held at a 
shallow angle and some elbow grease.

Mike

At 03:51 PM 10/29/2009, you wrote:
>I have a couple solar panels on a water tank.  A few months ago the
>water company painted the tank, and obviously didn't cover our panels
>the whole time, so there is a very thin layer of paint on them.
>
>Not sure what kind of paint it is, but I can scratch it off with my
>fingernails.  I don't have enough fingernails to do all the panels
>though....
>
>Any suggestions on what to use to take that off without damaging the
>solar panels?  I'm sure they'll work better without brown specs all over
>them.
>
>
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>InfoWest, Inc
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