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Old 09-18-2003, 09:30 PM   #1
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headlights?? YELLOW>

Hey has anyone tried BLUEMAGIC "plastic & Plexiglass cleaner" on there headlights?? I am going to try it and see if it will take the haizing off the out side? anyone else?
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I dont think ive heard of that stuff before...let me know if it works. Corey had some stuff that he used on his, and i think he said that it worked really good. If that doesnt work, see if you can get in touch with him and find out what stuff he had.
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I know alot of FoxBody guys that use the BlueMagic cleaner and it does wonders, it makes things turn back to there natural clearness for the headlight lenses.

makes a real differance...
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cool thanks guys, i have some right here now, 4.99 at p-boys.. i am going to try it on friday
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if it works let me know! i have 1 new headlight/one old... i wanna make the old look new~!
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Old 09-19-2003, 03:01 PM   #6
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i just use krylon. gets the yellow off, but makes it kinda hard to see at night
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Old 09-19-2003, 11:27 PM   #7
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I tried it but I think i just need new lights.. they are no yellow but they have lots of little cracks in the plastic.. ???? JUNK headlights. it made the plastic look good, atleast on the taillights
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I use meguires mirror glaze plastic cleaner and polisher. I used them on my wife's very yellowed headlights on her 626 and it was remarkable. I also use it to take out the scratches you get on the headlights from pebbles and debris the hits the headlights
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theres this process i want to try.
I gotta find the link to it again tho.
If i ever do it, ill let you guys know how it went, and make a how-to (if it works)
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i wondering if you dould do something w/ a dremel tool...
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I use meguires mirror glaze plastic cleaner and polisher. I used them on my wife's very yellowed headlights on her 626 and it was remarkable. I also use it to take out the scratches you get on the headlights from pebbles and debris the hits the headlights
where did ya get that at?

i went to pep boys and autozone today and couldnt find yours or this BlueMagic stuff
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You have to go to home depot or lowes. Most auto parts places dont carry it for some strange reason
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www.meguiars.com and i got mine at pep boys.. they are getting better, I put one more try into it and they look good. I might do thie inside today see what will happen.. ??
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my headlights are yellow.. i figured i'd just save and get some new projector headlights.
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my headlights are yellow.. i figured i'd just save and get some new projector headlights.
wow, I just saw that this guy is like 25 min away from me.. wow small world.
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if you take care of your cars lights this never becomes a factor in what to do if they get yellow....you simply wax and wash them just as if they were part of the paint job.

that stuff may work moderatly good but i would just buy some cobra fronts and clear or something.
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if you take care of your cars lights this never becomes a factor in what to do if they get yellow....you simply wax and wash them just as if they were part of the paint job.

that stuff may work moderatly good but i would just buy some cobra fronts and clear or something.
: . I DO take care of my car.. I didnt have this car till 4 of 2003. I bought it used... anf if I had the money for the new headlights I would not of tried to clean hy headlights.. :
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OMG. I just tried the Meguiar's Plasti-X. Great stuff. Works sooo well. I really recommend this.
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I know alot of FoxBody guys that use the BlueMagic cleaner and it does wonders, it makes things turn back to there natural clearness for the headlight lenses.

makes a real differance...
Wow... bluemagic works on that? I have BlueMagic but I use it for detailing my CAI, exhaust tips, wheels, and shift knob. I never thought to try it on anything else.
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hey Shahrum, he is talkin about the "plastic & Plexiglass cleaner" from bluemagic. just FYI
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Oh ok gotcha lol. Thanks for letting me know lol. Would've been funny to see the results of Shahrum using blue magic chrome/steel polish on my headlight lenses lmao
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hahaha it might work
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I donno I guess it's better to be safe than sorry
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