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Old 09-01-2012, 05:05 PM   #1
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Hey just wondering what u guys are using to remove that foggy haze from your head lights... Ive used things before but it generally only last a few Weeks.... Thanks for the help
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Re: foggy head lights

You mean cataracts,,lol..A body shop told me the only way to do it was to use the kit to clear them up,,and spray with clear coat,,I dont know if thats the best way,,never done it myself,,somebody else may have a better way
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Yea I used some chemical that my mechanic recommended but it only worked for a Lil while...
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Re: foggy head lights

Wet sand them with some really fine wet sand paper 'like 2500 grit paper' and then use a product called Neverdull to polish them back out. I did both mine in about thirty minutes and they still look great. take the lights out to make it easier.
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Nice they look brand new
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My body shop guy said he could do mine for ~$150 and it would look new for the life of the car. I just figure that I will get some smoked cobras instead, the same price
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Yea that's a good idea... I wanna get those halo smoked lights..
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