how do i take moisture out of my clear corners??

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by TACT OUT, Nov 10, 2002.

  1. TACT OUT

    TACT OUT Guest

    ...like i sed b4, its been raining here. AND now my right clear corner for my blazer is all fogged up. how do i take out the moisture?

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  2. mc technik

    mc technik your purrty...

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    yeah bay area guy over here too... i got water in my side marker, i just unscrewed it, took out the side marker and shaked all the water. the water should come out through the hole where the bulb is placed...mines atleast.
     
  3. Jackhole

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    Also, if you use a paper towel and stuff it in there to absorb anything that doesn't drain right out, that usually works pretty good.
     
  4. TACT OUT

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    thanks guys
     
  5. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You may have to separate the halves and reseal them for a permanent fix. What is kind of funny is that a stock corner for my car was $36 (one had gotten hit by a rock kicked up by a truck) and it always fogged when it was wet outside, but when I replaced them with clears (complete with reflectors so they would be legal), the clears have never fogged, despite costing $22 for both. Go figure.
     
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    Be sure that's all your using. A lot of us have access to heat guns, you need to be careful that you're not using too hot of a setting, you can actually melt the lens.
     
  7. krag

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    I have a car with stock clear-corners that used to fog up a lot, so I used heated eurethane to seal them and they haven't fogged since.
     

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