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Old 05-10-2002   #1
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back interior window, the hardest thing to clean!

hey does anyone have any suggestions, when it comes to cleaning the back window of the Civic 2Dr EX??

it was so dirty, and I cleaned it, but its the hardest thing to clean because of the angle of the glass

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try the armoral glass wipes or just a damp 100% cotton cloth, just sit in the back seat and wipe it down not too hard
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You ain't kiddin, that thing is hell to clean. I still have a ring around the base of the window...I took a piece of cardboard (the rougher stuff) and wrapped a piece of paper towel around it, wet the paper towel and then just wiped along the edge....worked ok for me!

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it used to be a pain to clean the rear window before i got it tinted. now it doesn't get that white stuff on it anymore and don't have to clean it all the time. i used to remove the rear deck to get it all clean.
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The only place I find it hard to clean is around the third brake light, other than that it isnt that bad. I have seen worse, believe me.
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I have the same problem
my arm gets all cramped up
i find that if you fold your seats down and sit in your trunk its a bit easer to get at the window
as for the third brake light i dont konw how to get around the edges of it i might try that cardboard method
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