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Old 09-23-2008, 12:39 PM
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I recently was involved in an accident which took out some of my front right fender/ side/ and headlight. They replaced everything on that side including the headlight. I've recently noticed that my left headlight has that dirty oxidated look how can I get rid of that?

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i got some of this headlight cleaner at autozone works pretty good took some of that yellowish stuff off.
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I was gonna ask if you have tried some of the headlight cleaners....
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My buddy got the 3M Restoration System and swears by it. However, for $300+ that's a little pricey. Check out some vids on the tube:
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i got some of this headlight cleaner at autozone works pretty good took some of that yellowish stuff off.
what was the name of it?
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you can use meguair's headlight restoration product. its very effective.
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