Lense Haze

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by sofakingraw, May 4, 2008.

  1. sofakingraw

    sofakingraw New Member

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    Any tips on how to make my hazy front headlights crystal clear again? Something has gotta be done and I would rather not buy new lenses.

    Any help?
     
  2. OlafBeserka

    OlafBeserka girls pee pee when they see me OT Supporter

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    Its easy. I have the same problem on my car. If you want to do it the lazy way just get meguiars plastic cleaner(not polish). Put some on a rag and go to town.

    If you want to invest some time get 1000 grit and 2000 grit sandpaper and wet sand. Then finish it off with the plastic cleaner. After sanding it will look cloudy, but the cleaner takes care of it.
     
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    http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=2485084

    let me know if it doesnt work.. i clicked it from my favs and it worked, then when i posted it the link was down :hs:
     
  4. sofakingraw

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    Get a really good polish. I know a lot of the ones available are watered down.
     
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    Wet sand with really fine sandpaper, then follow up with Megs PlastiX. That's what I did on my friends Tahoe and it came out looking new.
     

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