There are a few Jeep Wrangler rear window dilemmas that every Jeep owner faces. With my own firsthand experience and the advice of other Jeepers, you’ll now know what to do! Here are 5 clever Jeep Wrangler soft top rear window hacks you probably haven’t tried yet…
Whether you have a soft top Jeep or a hard top, we've got some handy tips for your Jeep windshield and side windows. But a Jeep soft top requires some extra special care -- because you can't just drive it through a car wash to clean it and the vinyl windows. Jeep owners share their best tips for cleaning Jeep windows, which products work best on soft tops and vinyl windows, and how to make your soft top last a longer than most.
Small rocks and tree branches can easily take out your Jeep’s windshield (or a window) if you’re not careful! Is your Jeep windshield already cracked? Here’s my advice about repairing vs. replacing a cracked windshield.
The benefits of window tinting (especially DIY window tinting) can’t be beat! Here’s how to apply Jeep window tint yourself – and not mess it up! Hey, if I can do it, then you can too.
See why these are my top 3 picks for summertime Jeep add ons: #1 Summer Jeep top, #2 Windjammer or windscreen, #3 Jeep window tinting.
We have used Raggtop cleaner & protectant every time we clean our Jeep Wrangler soft top and vinyl windows for years now. We recently tried a new product to clean our Jeep: Clear View Plastic & Glass Cleaner, followed by Clear View Plastic Polish & Protectant. It’s AMAZING! See why we love it…
Here are a bunch of random tips that provide a number of options when it comes to caring for and cleaning your Jeep’s soft top, windows, and zippers.
The biggest reason Jim and I would use these soft top vents is to help ‘de-pressurize the cabin’ so to speak. You know, when you’re riding around and the Jeep soft top windows start to bulge until you crack a window? There are a lot of other reasons why Jeep window vents are good. Here’s why.
When the soft top is down on our Jeep, we use the Clover Patch Jeep Window Cover to protect and store the Jeep’s windows. We like this one best because the Clover Patch is an all-in-one system — so everything stays in the Jeep! Yet it’s completely out of the way and you don’t even notice it’s there.
After you’ve cleaned your Jeep windows, here’s what you need to know about protecting them for years of use (and abuse). We tell you about the three best products for protecting plastic and vinyl Jeep windows, plus reasons you might want to steer clear of furniture polishes like Pledge, window cleaners like Windex, and even automotive protectants like Armor All.
How do you clean vinyl Jeep windows? Which product should you use to clean your Jeep’s soft top windows? There are many to choose from, yet not all are safe for plastic windows, and some will even cause Jeep windows to fog, yellow or crack. Here are the top three commerical products on the market which were designed with the automotive industry in mind: Raggtopp, 303 Protectant, and Plexus.
It is important to take every precaution to protect your soft top and vinyl/plastic windows — if you want them to last a long time without cracking, scratching, fading, yellowing, or fogging. Here’s how to do it: First, tips on how to clean Jeep windows. Then, tips for protecting Jeep windows & which products to use.
Here’s how to care for your plastic Jeep windows during the winter months. Specifically: how to remove snow and ice from plastic windows and vinyl windows — such as those on a Jeep Wrangler soft top and other cars with convertible tops.