|10-24-2006 01:17 PM|
if your concerned about your plastic windows getting scratched..
you could always leave them folded down
but you should be ok.. but probably not a bad idea to give em a once over with silicone based plastic cleaner afterwads just to add asurface coat.
|10-20-2006 11:30 PM|
|Buster||The man is honest!!|
|10-20-2006 09:39 PM|
|10-19-2006 10:37 AM|
|Hank||Why would you even try to go through one of those things once much less twice?|
|10-18-2006 09:37 PM|
|Skitzic||I stopped going through those things the second time I lost my antenna. Steal it once shame on you, steal it twice...we won't go there.|
|10-18-2006 09:31 PM|
|amerijeep||I think the only thing you might want to watch out for at the car wash is if it is one of those drive-thru things. You know, the ones with the spinning bristles? Crap gets caught up in those things and can beat your poor vehicle to death.|
|10-18-2006 09:29 PM|
|Skitzic||Plastic window = fake window. Left over phrase from my ghetto lebaron with the crumbling rear window. Sorry|
|10-18-2006 09:25 PM|
It'll be fine...
What's a fake window?
|10-18-2006 09:22 PM|
Car washes and fake windows
Ok, here's my question. Will the soap at the do it yourself car washes fog up my plastic windows? She needs a bath but I don't want to kill my pretty clear plastics.