Any feedback on this product for headlight restoration?

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  1. Meat Popsicle

    Meat Popsicle What's that smell? OT Supporter

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    From someone that works for one of the largest auto detailing supply places, you can probably accomplish the same thing with a bottle of Meguiar's #105 compound and a foam applicator. You'll pay about the same price and have a 32oz bottle, as opposed to a 2oz packet of whatever they include. Wax with whatever you want afterwards.

    A drill + cutting pad would be the best route, though...but if you MUST do it by hand, I really like #105.
     
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    Do you work for AG?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Horsedick is right, #105 rocks on headlights. Great on stainless steel exhaust tips too.
     
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    I won't say who I work for...I'm not supposed to be representing our company under this name :rofl:
     
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    a foam cutting pad on the exhaust tips?
     
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    I gotta get some of this, my lense haze is out of fuckin' control
     
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    what about the 3M + power drill kit?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I just use a microfiber pad. Someone on autopia used it with the Mother's Power Ball and the tips looked absolutely stunning. :)
     
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    You can tell us, it'll be our secret. :x:
     
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    The haziness will return unless you permanently recoat your lenses with a UV seal. Urethane clearcoat is the most durable coating for the job.
     
  14. Meat Popsicle

    Meat Popsicle What's that smell? OT Supporter

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    So I bought it to try it out..pretty pleased with the results for my first time ever doing something like this..

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