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Old 06-13-2007, 05:46 PM   #1
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I have always had a problem cleaning the front window in our MH. The dash and the distance to the glass was a pain to reach and clean. My wife had an old Swiffer Sweeper that she was discarding and it came to me to use it to clean the window. I put a couple of my shop paper towels on the Swiffer and sprayed glass cleaner on them. It is so easy and does a great job. I now clean the all the glass on the inside and outside using this method. The particular model she had also breaks down into 4 pieces and is easily stored in the MH. Maybe this will help some others with this same problem.
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I have always had a problem cleaning the front window in our MH. The dash and the distance to the glass was a pain to reach and clean. My wife had an old Swiffer Sweeper that she was discarding and it came to me to use it to clean the window. I put a couple of my shop paper towels on the Swiffer and sprayed glass cleaner on them. It is so easy and does a great job. I now clean the all the glass on the inside and outside using this method. The particular model she had also breaks down into 4 pieces and is easily stored in the MH. Maybe this will help some others with this same problem.
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Old 06-13-2007, 06:57 PM   #3
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Great Idea.... Thanks or taking the time to share it!
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Old 06-18-2007, 04:16 AM   #4
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Thats a great way to do the windows. Many thanks. Thanks for sharing
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Thanks;
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as per your suggestion I bought a swiffer sweeper and i put Bounce sheets on it to clean off the bugs works great
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