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Certainly you've seen those plastic headlight shields go hazy or milky?

You can restore its luster and clarity by simply applying paint protection material to the hazy lenses and Voil? ... :please

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Im going to try it on a beater taurus today & post some pics.

metint how do you prep the lenses? Anything special? :beer

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Sorry... I missed posting that. Clean it like you would for PPF... nothing abrasive.

It's been done on an old Taurus here and I could not believe the difference.

No pic because the camera is at home.

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All I'll say on brand is, you don't want one that has orange peel to scatter the light... the more optically clear the material and adhesive, the better the results.

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I'll try and remember to take my camera to work Monday and get a pic of it.

Update... coworker pulled the square piece off that had been laid up on one slant eye looking head light cover :lol and it left a tiny bit of adhesive behind. :dunno Must not have peeled it correctly... :spit

Well after his failed attempts to remove the adhesive with a number of different strokes, I come along with an adhesive remover used in the medical industry and :spit glues gone.

:lol2 Not knowing the remover had a bit of acetone in its chemistry :dunno and if you know what acetone can do to PLASTIC... :inot :dunno Phuckers all white and milked up now! :shock:spit:puter

What a dumb azz move that was... :lol:lol

Wait :idea let's put some more PPF on it. :lol

I'll get you the picture Monday. :lol

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