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The other day I was at advance auto and they had all the rain-x stuff on sale so I picked up this new windshield cleaner they have, stuff works GREAT for getting all the crap off but it requires a little work, it also works really well on your headlights and taillights, takes the film off.
 
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Good to know, thanks.
 
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Yeah, good to know. Thanks.
 
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another thing you can do for the Faded headlights is get rubbing compound and a orbital high speed buffer it works great..thats as long as the lenses arent too badly yellowed...
 
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Yea that would work for some sever problems lol, im just saying this stuff if good to do to get all the crap off them, you would be surprised how diffrent they look
 
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im pretty sure i saw a product somewhere specifically for headlights....but thanks for sharing.
 
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yea 3m makes it. its like 30 bucks and its a headlight refinishing kit. As long as you know how to use a buffer and follow the directions it will work amazing. You attach it right to a cordless drill, and it has sandpaper and like polish and stuff it works amazing.
 
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At my store we sell an item made by CCP (Customer Chemical Packaging) called 5 min. Headlamp Lens Restorer. that's a set of 6 pre-saturated foam bads that attach to a backing disc that inserts into a drill to buff the oxidation off a headlight. Permatex also offers a product for the headlights as well.
 
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