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whats a good product to remove light yellowing on headlights?

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by drfeelgood, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. drfeelgood

    drfeelgood Member

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    I have one headlight which looks brand new, however one which is slightly dull and yellow, i dont have a polishing pad/ roteray pad. Would useing something like meguirers plastix do anything with some good elbow grease?
     
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  3. tdia4

    tdia4 TDIPOWARRR

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    Yes that should do it no problems, done headlights before with it and its always worked a treat.
     
  4. PetrolAholic

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    Try a clay bar with dodojuice born slippy. That should definitely move it.
     
  5. Rikster23

    Rikster23 On the facelift path...

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    You can be brave and take it 1 step further by wet sanding it down. Ive done it on many cars and the lights come out brand new.

    Simply use something like a 2000 grit to start or stronger depending on severity, then using rotary to polish down.
     
  6. drfeelgood

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    Trouble is i dont have a rotary, maybe il drive round to yours and you can do it for me rikster lol
     
  7. CHRIS555

    CHRIS555 DOPE with added OCD

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    Exactly what I was going to suggest - I always clay my glass and lights as well and keeps them looking great - especially as the flies seem to be attracted to the lights at night! SPLAT
     

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