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Question Driver's window...

If I lower my window, everytime it rains or I wash my car, when I bring it back up it's wet inside. Does anyone else have this problem?
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If there's a solution to this, civicdude would know ...

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You said you wash your car with your windows down and it then becomes wet inside the car?

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Well I wouldn't be too surprised
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Thanks....Ummm Its not only on the civic.....Its on everycar....you wash your car or if it rains...the inside of the window channel gets wet too so when you raise or lower your window...the window is passing through this channel and its going to get wet too.
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So I guess it's normal then? Thanks you all so much.
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rain-x the inside of your window...It will make it less wet.
do nor rain-x the window if your window is tinted...you'll ruin it!
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Yeah, I have tints so I wouldn't be able to do that... Any other recomendations (sp)?
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Its not only on the civic...Its on everycar...you wash your car or if it rains...the inside of the window channel gets wet too so when you raise or lower your window...the window is passing through this channel and its going to get wet too.

true...thats why car-wash places use an air hose to blow out the excess water to minimize this effect
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