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Discussion in 'Detailing Topic' started by 79BlueSC, Aug 4, 2009.
I've used rubbing compound to great success
I'm with Gary, turf them and buy new ones. Even after all the time and money spent they will never look as good and improve the look of your vehicle like new ones.
this product from mothers works very well in cleaning up those plastic lens and headlight covers
I actually bought a 3 or 4 stage Turtle Wax product that cleans up head lights and it worked AMAZING. I would recommend it to anyone that needs to fix their headlights
When I need to clean my headlights on my Grand Am I simply take them off and use "Jewelers Rouge" and a buffing pad attached to my bench grinder.
The buffing pad is the orange pad used for polishing Aluminum wheels.
I get the stuff at any of the local truck stops.
You need to keep an eye on the heat as you could melt the lens but it works great and it only takes me 5 - 10 minutes per lens.
I used this this past weekend on my Hyundai headlights and it worked great.
can you wax them or anything to try to prevent future hazyness?
I've used Meguiar's Plast-X on my Oldsmobile lenses.[/QUOTE]
This stuff DOES work on my girlfriends Accord.....
Best thing money can buy is Novus Plastic Polish.(red label) I buy it at my local TAP Plastics and it will bring any hard platic back to new condition. Then use Novus cleaner after washing to keep it looking new.(blue label)
After using this stuff your lights look brand new.