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Old 12-20-2005   #1
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just a quick Q for when I go to the store...what was the name of the product that removes that sun bleaching, yellowing, discoloration on the headlights? I am getting tired of how hazy it looks, no way to avoid it thoiugh down here in Florida and all, damn "sunshine state"
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I use Meguiars PlastX, it gives great results. http://www.meguiars.com/?clear-plast...Cleaner-Polish
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thank you, now I know what to look for.
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A suggestion on that is to use a Terry Cloth applicator, it really seems to give it more "bite".
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well used it and I am impressed did a nice job, only thing it didn'tget off was the clear haze stuff looks like a wax almost....I'd post a pic if my cam was a god but it isn't I'll try tomorrow...I'm almost thinking its a light pitting though....at any rate they are no longer yellowed on the tops


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Im glad you had good results, i love using it. Since its an abrasive, if you use it over time, the pitting will diminish.
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