I can't wait another season. The windows on my house have a lot of peeling paint and I want to take care of it before the weather turns nasty. On a few of the windows, the paint is severely peeling or has fallen off completely. On other windows, it isn't as noticeable. I want to strip as much of the paint as possible and then prime it. The problem is, these windows are upstairs and I'm looking for a way to minimize the amount of time I'll be spending 20 feet up on a ladder (no, I'm not afraid of heights.) Just scraping and using a block sander on the more intact paint will require a lot of elbow grease. Is there a quicker way to do it? What about one of those V-shaped detail sanders using coarse paper? Do they sell sanding wheels for drills, much like the wire wheels for stripping paint on metal? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.