Cleaning between sliding windows

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  1. TheTwoOfUs

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    Does anyone have any simple methods for cleaning between the sliding side front windows? I have some green algae type of stuff where the windows overlap and I would like to get rid of it without having to resort to dismantling the window assembly. The seals prevent the insertion of anything too bulky.
     
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    Hello, I used a paintbrush dipped in bleach when I had a mini many moons ago then used a paper towel on a steel rule to clean off :RollEyes:
     
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    Algae HATES bleach, kills it every time.
     
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    The problem is getting the bleach to it. The windows are very close together.
     
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    BLEACH makes plastics brittle:Eeek:
     
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    We haven't had algae problems with the one sliding window in our van but did at the bottom of the cab windows. We use Onedrywash to clean the van so I just sprayed some on and used an old toothbrush to work it in.
     
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