Well my strategy is to kneel on the back seat (with a cleaning cloth) and
then lean forward pivoting on the part of the body where the spin ends. If
you then combine this leaning technique whilst holding your arm out you
should be able to clean right to the very back of your windscreen. You can
repeat the above with the front screen -just be careful to lean too far into
your steering wheel as you may give yourself a nasty bruise.
Thanks. I was wondering if there was a special mop or similar to do it
with as both my wife and I are disabled and cannot kneel on the back
seat and still reach the rear window. I will have to get our son to do
it for us.
> We go to the car wash and let the minimum wage workers do it.
I would not have expected that sort of "class conscious" snobbery from you.
Besides, I prefer to clean my own windows, wages notwithstanding.
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