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Old 02-23-2012, 08:05 AM
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Mein Auto: 1976 Ford Gran Torino
The process is more important than the product. Take your time and do each step thoroughly and don't skip any steps. Most automotive headlights have a similar grade of plastic. I used a $8 bottle of Turtle Wax Headlight Restorer, two worn socks, and a garden hose to achieve these results on my wife's Durango. No power tools, just elbow grease and patience.




But honestly, the next time I have heavily clouded lights to deal with I'm picking up a polishing pad I can put in my drill, proper sandpaper, and that PlastiX stuff. You can do it by hand with cheap stuff but the reality is it won't last as long.
Alan Moore - Wichita Falls, TX

00 Durango | 98 Silhouette | 95 Cutlass Ciera | 76 Gran Torino
shopping for an E34/E39 540 manual
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