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Old 01-03-2006, 06:50 PM   #1
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New WRangler help

Hey Guys, I just purchased my first jeep wrangler. It is a 2004 Wrangler X. It runs well and is one of the best cars i have owned, however the softop rear windows are scratched, hard to see out of and almost "foggy". I am told it is that way because this jeep has spent many hours on the beach with wind and salt layering on the windows.... so i guess i need to know any tricks or soaps or cleaning device that can clean most of the crud away. I appreciate any responses big or small. Thanks alot..

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Old 01-03-2006, 06:51 PM   #2
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Hey there boss, sorry didn't see the dual posts. Here is some info I posted for you over the other thread you started.

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bhm. A Jeep is not a "car" it is a Jeep. Now that I am done bustin your balls, check through the old posts. I saw a couple of threads about cleaning your windows. Mine are all glass so I can't offer any advice.
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i've heard of some waxes and such that will clean them up pretty well. but if you're gonna clean them, don't use paper towels. use a cloth towel to dry and such. the paper towels will scratch em up even worse. (learned that the hard way).
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