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how can i get my head lights clearer..? there all fogged up .. some one told me to wet sand and buff them does that work .. like start off with 800 grit then work ur way up to 2000.. then buf:shrug: f htem?

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My friend runs a body shop and last year we did this same thing to my moms chrylser 300 and they still look ok, They will look like brand new at first and after time you will need to do it again to keep the new look. But yes it does work, sand them and buff them. Good luck.
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how can i get my head lights clearer..? there all fogged up .. some one told me to wet sand and buff them does that work .. like start off with 800 grit then work ur way up to 2000.. then buf:shrug: f htem?
Mothers Brand Chrome Polish works well,it's cheap and easy!!!
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I'm pretty sure the sport model headlights are pretty clear, at least clearer than the SLT models. Here you go Click here

Kind of pricey though.

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my buddy has a VW Jetta and the headlights looked sort of hazed and he bought some Meguiars PlastX and rubbed it on there and they look like new now.
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hmmm mothers polish ball / with hte cream stuff or the plastic cleaner.. ?! thats tough if i get the polish ball i can also do my rims bumpers/tool box.. or plastic i can do the lights.. with the plastic cleaner do i buff it or rub and wipe off?

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as far as I know you rub it on there and off, then wax it afterwards.
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I have heard this stiff works very well.

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yes it does i have one and did it it really works guys wheels and plastic and paint trust me
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