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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.

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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.
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00 Durango | 98 Silhouette | 95 Cutlass Ciera | 76 Gran Torino
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