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Old 04-13-2012, 09:33 AM   #1
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I wouldn't waste money on those kits. Just get some toothpaste, it works way better. Plus u already have it.
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Ya and no, kit is yes a waste of money if you don't already have a lot of the stuff, but I used turtlewax rubbing compound then turtlewax polishing compound and then a even lighter polish, tooth paste just works like a weaker polishing compound, I've tried it before, and ya it does work a little
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The 3Mkit works good for some of the worse headlights out there.
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Brake Fluid and sand it. 3M kit has always done me wonders.
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Why not buy new? Its not like theyre that expensive ars they?
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Tooth paste?? Never heard that one before.
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Baking soda?????
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