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Old 06-16-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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Cleaning Inside Rear Window on Coupe

How do you guys clean the inside of the rear window? I have been using one of those three pointed plastic pads with the handle and the window never seems to get really clean. Driving me nuts. Any advice/suggestions welcomed.
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I give my sister 5 bucks and some window wipes. True story. Lol
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Old 06-17-2012, 10:29 AM   #3
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Re: Cleaning Inside Rear Window on Coupe

When my nieces were younger (smaller) they always helped me with 'difficult to get to' rear windows. Unfortunately they grow up.
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Good topic. I thought about it and realized I never really cleaned mine. Lol
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Good topic. I thought about it and realized I never really cleaned mine. Lol
how do u even see through you window man jeez. lol
i just use armor all window wipes. works awesome
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how do u even see through you window man jeez. lol
i just use armor all window wipes. works awesome
Dunno.... It's clean right now! Haha
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I use vinegar and water with a microfiber cloth or a lint free paper towel
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Re: Cleaning Inside Rear Window on Coupe

My question is really how do you reach all the way to the bottom of the window? Was hoping for a creative way that some member came up with.

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My question is really how do you reach all the way to the bottom of the window? Was hoping for a creative way that some member came up with.

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