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    Dual cab window cleaning.

    I am sure this is a pain, with people that have a duel cabs and a canopy on the back.

    My canopy has sliding windows/double at the front,fixed rear window in the cab. Maybe 40 mill between both. Hence hard to clean the glass in between i can only squeeze my hand in so far to clean the glass.

    May anybody have any tricks?

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    A sponge and a broom stick?

    I never worried to much about cleaning mine when I had a Hilux.
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    Like Drew says, or a wooden ruler with a cloth
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. That glass is hard to get to, just nice to see out the rear window some times.

    A change of subject but on similar lines.

    After years of tracks and bouncing around. Harps mentioned that the canopy had moved one day out on a run. The canopy is held down with six clamps, three either side. Yes they had become loose. Hence 200mm gap between canopy and the rear cab window, would have been a good time to clean the glass

    We lifted it up and repositioned it and tightend the clamps. Hence maybe worth just checking those clamps are nipped up once in a while

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