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HOW TO: Oxidized Headlights

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Old 09-11-2012, 06:01 PM
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I did the headlamps on the talon a few weeks ago with the turtle wax headlamp restoration kit (little green box). was like $12 from pep boys and worked wonders. I would recommend it to anyone who doesn't want to spend the $$$ to get new lamps.
 
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I just did this to one of my headlamps and both rear lamps. I used "Mothers" aluminum polish and a rag. Just using my hand no buffer. Came out GREAT! Can't tell one headlamp from the other now.
 
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i personally found that everything under the sun wasnt strong enought to last, i even tried the restoration kit that involves sanding. the problem was the yellowing inside. i just replaced them with aftermarkets. they look the same and make the front end look completely new. it sure makes a hell of a difference when driving at night. I invested in them because in my eyes theyre a safety concern if theyre too badly yellowing
 
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I've used toothpaste(not gel) to polish my safety glasses, and it worked good, does anybody have an opinion on this?
 
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this is a two day project..not of labor but time....2 hot clear days in a row....

1st day:
Wash whole truck while truck is still wet use an hard bristled tooth brush and toothpaste and scrub in circle pattern all lens (frt light and blinkers and rear) and rinse while scrubbing. Dry lenses and /or truck too..wax and tire shine..optional.

2nd day: use a clothe with no nubblies(not paper towels) and soak an end of the clothe with Deep Woods mosquito repellant and wipe onto the clear lens only and let dry completely(30 mins) and re-apply. Done!

Deep Woods mosquito repellant tips..or don'ts: do not spray on lens. do not get on paint. do not get on black plastics. During drying time DO NOT let lens get wet!

$1 toothbrush
$1 toothpaste
$3 can of Deep Woods mosquitos spray, 25% Deet...

T-BuKket's Five Dolla Fix.
 
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