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1eastway

I've been trying to find a small squeegee. I have leaded glass windows and the panes or lites are only 3 1/2 inches wide x 5 inches tall. Do you know where to get one that small?

   
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dreamdoctor

I usually forgo the squeegee and use chandelier cleaner and a soft brush with an absorbent towel at the bottom. What you are describing is a big spatula or get a shower specific squeegee and cut it down.

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1eastway

Thank you for the chandelier cleaner idea. I did find a shower squeegee just the right size.

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