How to clean the inside glass of a floor clock case.

How to clean the inside glass of a floor clock case.

CLICK HERE to watch a short video on how to safely remove the back panel of a a floor clock clean the inside glass case. This is helpful for the floor clock models that do not have front opening doors.

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