How to clean inside of rear window

Discussion in 'Honda' started by BobS, Mar 30, 2019.

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  1. BobS

    BobS Active Member

    Any tips on how to clean the inside of the rear window. The back portion is really hard to reach.
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  3. Clarity_Newbie

    Clarity_Newbie Active Member


    You may want to consider something along this line. Some brands have a telescoping wand and different shaped heads etc but does the trick.

    Works better than the wooden ruler with paper towel wrapped around

    Scroll down half a page and you'll see all kind of choices.

    Hope this helps
  4. Coastie68

    Coastie68 New Member

    I just did mine Sunday. Fold the seat backs down and you can reach back there. I thought I might have a problem but reached easily. I'm about 5' 9" tall so not a super long arm span.
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2019
  5. Texas22Step

    Texas22Step Well-Known Member

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  7. larrenz

    larrenz Member

    I use the Invisible Glass cleaning wand last week and it worked great.
  8. Nikko508

    Nikko508 Member

    I know this is an older post but I thought this would be useful .
    What I do is this. I lay out a old bed sheet on the frt or rear dash area to chatch all the run off window cleaner, next i spray the windows realy well with a quality window cleaner (one with ammonia works best) then I use a small squeegee to remove the glass cleaner, finally I finish up with a quick wipe of the window with a microfiber cloth. Windows come out perfect with little effort .Hope this helps.
  9. coutinpe

    coutinpe Active Member

    I've had one of those for several years and three cars. It works fine for both windshield and rear window.
  10. annalim2008

    annalim2008 New Member

    Steer clear from ammonia-based windshield cleaners. They do more harm than good. Ammonia is a compound that can hurt the integrity of your windshield. It is especially damaging for tinted windshields.
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  12. SpeedRacer

    SpeedRacer New Member

    Wipe the windshield down with a clean, dry microfiber cloth to remove any dirt. Use another cloth to apply a bit of rubbing alcohol in order to remove any grease from the glass. Spray your glass cleaner on the other side of your microfiber cloth (not on the windshield). Then, wipe the glass in a circular motion.

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