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Old 09-06-2012, 01:44 PM   #1
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What is the best headlight restoration that y'all have used , my headlight are mostly scratched so I need one that will take the scratches off if that's even possible haha
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Old 09-06-2012, 06:14 PM   #2
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3m headlight restore kit works very well...if you finish it off with some rubbing compound on the buffing pad it comes with you'll have some nice looking lights
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I think that most work pretty well as long as they have 3+ steps involved. Just don't be afraid to really sand it down on the first step, I have found that each time I've done it the more I sanded the better it came out.
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I think that most work pretty well as long as they have 3+ steps involved. Just don't be afraid to really sand it down on the first step, I have found that each time I've done it the more I sanded the better it came out.
Yea tbh ummm I was using the 3M and when it said to sand It down I was like WTF HAHA and I was scared that a was going to mess it up lol , so the more u sand the better ?
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yep...you have to sand down to clear plastic in the end...an no it won't look clear till step 3 and the polishing
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