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Old 03-29-2009, 02:27 PM   #11
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U can get the same headlight resto kit at a part store for about $20. Work great.


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U can get the same headlight resto kit at a part store for about $20. Work great.


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you can get similar onces... but they arent the same and Ive heard that most didnt work that well, not that they dont work but that they havent seen REALLY positive results and they REQUIRE a buffer to apply and remove then to polish it back to clear, this doesnt except for the final polish and thats just a bonus touch

unless the autoparts store carries the Kwik-N-Klean brand itself from the source then it prolly is the same
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you can get similar onces... but they arent the same and Ive heard that most didnt work that well, not that they dont work but that they havent seen REALLY positive results and they REQUIRE a buffer to apply and remove then to polish it back to clear, this doesnt except for the final polish and thats just a bonus touch

unless the autoparts store carries the Kwik-N-Klean brand itself from the source then it prolly is the same
I am the Sales Manager of a used car lot, the largest in the country. We use the headlight resto kit from the auto parts store all the time ($19.99). It works great.
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same brand or a different one tho?
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same brand or a different one tho?
The brand of the one we use is 3M. Comes with everything you need and does a great job.

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