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Old 03-23-2014, 01:44 PM   #11
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Headlight restoration without tools, 7 month update pg 4 : General Chat

This is the thread on Pontiac Bonneville Club. I was thinking the source was linked, but it'* not, just referenced, but it is a fairly decent write up. Seems to be holding up well so far.
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That looks awesome! I've been doing rubbing compound, then polishing compound and then wax to get that look. And I've been using a WHOLE lot more elbow grease...... Thanks for the link!
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Had the same problem before, bought Megs heavy duty headlight restoration kit. Sanded it down and buffed it out. Honestly worked well. But you have to apply the sealant that is included with the kit every week just to protect it and to avoid the hazing problem repeat.
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I wet sanded and cleared my tail lights. Someone put tint on them. Basically use the grits you said and have at it. After the clear dried I buffed them out.



What about your headlights? Seems like every GP I c (1997-2003) has cloudy headlights. I also have this problem.
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