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07-10-2011 01:47 PM
RyanMcLovin i need he;p removing my 2007 jeep wrangler back window.. pics/ videos? thanks
01-10-2007 10:04 AM
trailguide You can try all those suggestions. The cloudness is caused by UV and zillions of scratches.

I have a Window Roll by Clover Patch (Window Storage Bag) and it has kept my windows like new. Well, a lot of tree scratches but I can see out of them perfectly.
01-10-2007 06:36 AM
lost
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I use windex then pledge(yes, the stuff for wood) to clean/clear mine up ever once in a while. It's probably not as good as those other two options but it takes 5minutes and makes a difference(in my case)
and if you do this^... dont use paper towels, use a cloth
01-10-2007 06:10 AM
lost I use windex then pledge(yes, the stuff for wood) to clean/clear mine up ever once in a while. It's probably not as good as those other two options but it takes 5minutes and makes a difference(in my case)
01-09-2007 09:57 PM
FuzzyDolly Try the novus system. I've had good luck with it.
12-23-2006 12:12 PM
Siggie I was going to say the same thing. A buffer wheel and some glaze compound. That works on plexiglass too.
12-23-2006 12:10 PM
amerijeep Get one of those power buffers with the foam wheel pad thingy. It doesn't hold heat in the pad. It'll do the best job and won;t burn your windows. Just use some descent was with it.
12-23-2006 12:04 PM
nascardude68
soft top rear window

i got a 2004 wrangler soft top, the rear window is real cloudy, any advice on restoring? i wish every one at wrangler forum merry christmas and happy holidays.

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