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Old 09-24-2013, 01:53 PM   #1
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Brake light bar restoration?

Mine is all fogged up and I don't know how to get it off and clean. Any advice on products you guys would use? It's a 2002.
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plastic restorer would probably do it (same type of thing you would use on headlights). You might could wet sand it from like 400 gritt to 2000 gritt in as small of an increment as possible then finish with plastic polish perhaps~ not sure on that
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If not you can tint it
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You talking about the 3rd brake light? That's a common problem, I was just going to buy a new one and tint it but my dad took a Dremel with a sand paper attachment and lightly sanded it and then polished it. Came out almost good as new..... And then I tinted it so you can't even tell.

Wet sanding should work well also.
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The reason I wanted to clean it was so when I got it tinted there weren't any problems. But if I can tint it as it is then awesome!
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