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Here’s everything you need to know about how to clean the windows on your Jeep Wrangler, plus which products are the best to use that won’t damage your soft top windows.Brought to you by The Fun Times Guide .com

How To Clean Jeep Windows
Perhaps the easiest (and safest) way to care for your vinyl soft top and its plastic windows is to clean the entire surface with a mild dishwashing detergent and warm water. You could also choose a product specifically designed for cleaning Jeep windows and soft top convertibles (see below).
Here are some do’s & don’ts to remember when cleaning the windows on your Jeep Wrangler soft top:

DO…

DO use a CLEAN soft terry cloth or cotton rag to wash your windows

DO wipe the windows from left to right or right to left to clean them

DO use a CLEAN soft terry towel or cotton rag to dry the entire surface after washing

DO rinse thoroughly to completely remove whatever cleaning agent you’ve used

DO apply a protectant to ultimately protect and extend the life of your entire soft top and its plastic/vinyl windows

DON’T:

DO NOT use bleach — it will strip the soft top’s vinyl and plastic windows of their natural properties

DO NOT use common household cleaning products — they tend to contain silicone or petrolem solvents

DO NOT use household spray window cleaners — they tend to contain alcohol and/or ammonia which will rapidly dry out the natural oils in your windows

DO NOT use paper towels on the windows — they will definitely scratch your windows

DO NOT apply much pressure while cleaning — because even the smallest particles of dirt can scratch the window

DO NOT wipe in a circular or swirling pattern — this goes aganst the natural grain of the Jeep windows themselves and could create scratches

Best Products For Cleaning Jeep Windows
So, which product should you use to clean your Jeep’s windows? There are many to choose from, yet not all are safe for the windows, and some will even cause Jeep windows to fog, yellow or crack.
As longtime Jeep owners, we have only used Jeep-specific cleaning products when we wash our soft top and its windows. As a result, our windows have always looked great because of it.

Not only is the application process is easy — just spray it on, then wipe it dry — these products will remove even the toughest soils, while repelling dust and dirt and preventing mildew from forming on your soft top. At the same time, they leave no residue, leaving you with a fresh clean surface.

If you plan to own your Jeep for many years, and you care about how it looks, then chances are, you too will only want to use “the best” products when cleaning & maintaining your Jeep.

Consider these…

Top 3 Commercial Products For Cleaning Jeep Windows
1. Raggtopp Cleaner

Why it’s great:

Can be used on both the soft top and the Jeep windows.

Prevents soft top from fading from exposure to UV sun rays — the sun’s UV rays break down fibers in threads and weakens vinyl over time, so RaggTop acts like sunscreen for your soft top.

It’s simple… just spray it on, then wipe it dry.

Leaves no residue.

Can even be applied in direct sunlight.

Removes the toughest soils & stains.

Since it doesn’t contain silicone, RaggTop cleaner will not harm the paint, chrome, glass surfaces, rubber, vinyl or plastic windows of your vehicle.

Repels dust, grease and dirt, while also lessening the growth of mildew.

Designed exclusively for exterior vinyl to withstand repeated washings.

Truly repels water — even at the zippers and seams — which ultimately guards against small leaks and drips over time.

Tested and endorsed by HAARTZ — the world’s leading supplier of convertible topping fabric for virtually every U.S. auto manufacturer, including Chrysler’s Jeep division and Bestop.

The non-aerosol formula is also non-toxic.

Environmentally friendly and biodegradable — contains no petroleum distillates, freon, or chlorofluorocarbons and is Ozone friendly.

When used with RaggTopp Protectant afterwards, you’re applying a complete system of protection for your Jeep.

2. 303 Convertible Top Cleaner

Why it’s great:

Utilizes a unique “colloidal” action to lift and suspend oil, grease and dirt.

North America’s largest RV and truck cap manufacturers, van converters, and boat builders use 303.
does not contain soap, detergents, toxic organics, phosphates, nitrates or caustics; also no silicone or petroleum solvents.

It does not contain soap, detergents, toxic organics, phosphates, nitrates or caustics.

Protects against rubber’s worst enemies: UV light and ozone.

Actually lifts, separates and holds in suspension the oils, grease, dust, soils, etc., which have been penetrated the surface of your soft-top & windows.

There are no special storage requirements.

It’s non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-toxic, non-explosive, non-fuming, non-caustic and 99% biodegradable.

Completely safe to use with no effects from over exposure.

Leaves no residue.

Good for both, vinyl and fabric convertible tops.

As an added bonus: 303’s colloid cleaners can also be used as a hand cleaner, to deodorize and clean pet stains from carpets, even for washing fruits and vegetables to remove residue and dirt prior to eating. 303 cleaners are safe for anything that water will not damage.

Works best when used with 303 Protectant afterwards.

3. Plexus Plastic Cleaner & Protectant

Why it’s great:

Penetrates deep into the surface of the plastic to remove dirt while filling the voids with a micro-thin layer of protective wax.

Developed for use in the aviation industry – specifically, for cleaning and protecting aircraft windshields and painted surfaces.

Recognized as one of the most effective plastic cleaners, protectant sand polishers on the market.

Seals the pores in plastic surfaces with a micro-thin layer of shiny, protective wax, keeping the shine/clarity in and dirt out.

Just spray on the plastic surface, wait a few seconds, then wipe clean.

Regular use will help prevent hazing, yellowing and oxidation which diminishes the plastic’s luster, strength and appearance.

Cleans and protects plastic windows — in one step.

Plastic becomes resistant to dirt, debris, oil, and scratches.

Its anti-static properties repel dust and lint.

won’t damage your plastic like harsh household cleaners, because there’s no ammonia, alcohol, or other harsh products.

Contains no CFCs.

Safe to use on all plastic and vinyl windows.

Gives you a cleaner, more lustrous finish than ordinary cleaners.

Leaves no smears or smudges.

Plexus makes colored plastics vibrant, clear plastic becomes virtually transparent,and plastic paints gleam like new.

Water beads up and slides right off when it rains.

BONUS TIP: As an extra precaution, prior to storage (say for the winter), always go through the process of cleaning and protecting your soft top and Jeep windows so they will still appear soft and supple when you take them out of storage.

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So, my name is Cordairo, but everyone calls me Cordy I’m 20 years old, and I am a contractor/carpenter, I like to spend most of my free time fishing, camping/ backpacking and pretty much just hanging out outdoors I drive 2008 JK Wrangler X. AI graduated high school in 2005, never made it to college, although wouldnt mind going, except I don’t know what I want to do. I’m also a boyscout leader… an asst. scout master to be exact. I think most would decribe me as the following: very layback most of the time, Fun to be with.  Loves to try new things, Secretive, doesnt let people know the real me, Difficult to be understood. Quiet unless excited or tensed,  Takes pride in oneself.  Has a good reputation. Easily consoled, Honest, Concerned about people’s feelings, Tactful, Friendly, Approachable, temperamental and unpredictable, Witty, spazzy at times, Not revengeful, Forgiving but never forgeting. Dislikes unnecessary things. Guides others physically and mentally, Sensitive and forms impressions carefully, Caring and loving. Treats others equally.  Strong sense of sympathy. Judges people through observations. Hardworking. Always broods about the past and the old friends. Waits for friends, Never looks for friends, but can always make a freind with a stranger. Not aggressive unless provoked. Loves to be loved.  And I also am very talented I can draw fairly well, but I never draw, I can also paint fairly well but I dont paint either. I live with my dad, two sisters and a brother, we all seem to get a long pretty well, atleast mosts of the time but I guess your not perfect unless your the Brady bunch. My favorite times of the year are fall and winter, which winter just so happens be here already( seems like it snuck up on me!)  I guess there really isn’t much else P can think of to  say about myself….  if you read this and you already know me make sure to comment and tell me how acurate it was, thanks for reading!!

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