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I took my CT for its first car wash, the full-service kind where they clean the car inside and out, including the windows. While driving away, I looked in my rear-view mirror and noticed some water/windex spots on the little window under the spoiler. When I got home, I tried to wipe them off and had a heck of a time even reaching that window! I tried from the back seat, but my arms aren't 10 feet long! I then opened the hatch and crawled in, but still had a problem. Finally, I unhooked the tray that is attached to the inside of the hatch, but I could only move it slightly, not take it off. I managed to reach part of the window, but not all of it.

What am I doing wrong? There must be an easier way that I just couldn't figure out.
 

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It just snaps into place, pull towards the front of the car. Ours has been out since I went and picked up a 46" tv for my grandmother's place lol
 

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I got mine at a Lee Valley outlet $17.50 pus tax no nasty S & H. not sure if others in Canada have them.
http://www.leevalley.com/
Ordered a couple...thanks for the tip. We have a Lee Valley in west end T-dot which I ordered from. One for me, one for my bro.

Cheers,
C.
 

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Window Cleaning

Would check that out for you but weather not permitting currently under winter storm warnings "Blizzard Conditions." Can that area not be reached with just your hands and arms????. As for my Glass Master I keep it strictly as a specialty tool for out of hands and arms reach spots, as I find changing the pads is a pain in the butt and time consuming.
 
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