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CALLANDER, ONT

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The glass doors on my coupe have started filling up with water from washing. I can't be the first guy having this issue with fiberglass cars and not sure as to why there aren't drain holes drilled. Anyone see a reason not to do this? Or can I just drill a drain hole in the lowest point up under the door and put in a removable plugs to drain when needed? 



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BRANTFORD, ONT

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Drill drain holes.

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... before it gets really cold

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If you could get them to fill up with beer , you might be on to something !  biggrin



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If I were you I would put a couple of drops of oil to keep out the mosquito larva and tadpoles.

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Don't plug them up.

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CALLANDER, ONT

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Drain holes it is.
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Kind of a no brainer, isn't it ?hmm

Why are you even using water ?Unless you drive down a muddy road, there's no need to ever wash your car wet. Use detailer and a microfiber rag.



-- Edited by Petebil on Wednesday 16th of November 2016 09:32:35 AM

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