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    Headlight restorer

    If you go to Autozone, they have headlight kit from turtle wax for like 7 or 8 bucks

    just wanted to say it works amazing!

    i'll get some pics tomorrow of my trucks headlights, forgot to take before pics but they were pretty hazed and looked aweful

    the kit comes with small sandpaper pads, a rubbing compound, spray lube, and a sealant wipe

    did both lights in less than 20mins and they turned out awesome!

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    such emo very befe wow ford_racer's Avatar
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    Give it a couple days and let us know. All the results I've seen from the cheap kits disappear after a day or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ford_racer View Post
    Give it a couple days and let us know. All the results I've seen from the cheap kits disappear after a day or two.
    i know what you mean, hopefully it wont happen like it has in the past from cheap ones (example- harbor freight kits, autozone brand kits etc..)
    Last edited by Grant Theft Auto; 09-02-2010 at 06:30 PM.

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    well its been 6 days now and the lights still look clear truck has sat outside everyday and has been rained on a bunch, just snagged some pics with my cell phone and i'm waiting for them to arrive in my email
    Last edited by Grant Theft Auto; 09-02-2010 at 06:32 PM.

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    cruddy cell pics i used the kit in the areas where it was really hazed and blurry

    they look much better than before and i can tell it made a difference while driving at night
    Last edited by Grant Theft Auto; 09-02-2010 at 07:15 PM.

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    They still need to be sanded and buffed....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dadro77 View Post
    They still need to be sanded and buffed....
    i know they do, i need new pads for my buffer tho. i was really impressed how they turned out just rubbing by hand with some compound and a towel

    the sand paper pads the kit supplied are smaller than a credit card

    i shouldve taken before pics, it was much worse
    Last edited by Grant Theft Auto; 09-02-2010 at 10:41 PM.

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    nice i just did my dads car and you wet the sandpaper use 1000 grit for around 5 minutes then you use 1500 and so on to 2500grit and then you use an adhesive and buff it out i used a buffer and it came out so clear like i just took them out of the box i have the car outside every day didnt fog up one bit

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