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    DIY or DIW?

    Do it Yourself, or Doing it Wrong?

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    Good one! Innovative for sure!
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    Yep. Sometimes, "whatever works" doesn't!
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    There's never time to do it right, but there's always time to do it over!
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    As a person who has worked with optics most of my life I shudder That rear window is probably toast (excuse me, frosted) by that nice abrasive dust, not to even mention what that brush can do.
    Then, if that glass is "hardened/tempered" safety glass---once that hard shell is broken, the glass is weaker than plain old window glass.

    That's one expensive, temporary, repair.

    Enjoy, the car owner sure won't
    JimB
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