DIY: Polishing Foggy Headlights




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Megan Sears: this seems more effective and long lasting than the toothpaste method, thanks for posting

QuinB: 4:30 The wife be callin you in for dinner...

OG L.A: Excellent video

Oliver Khoo: It looks brand new! Thanks for tutorial from Malaysia

Joe Maddison: Awesome! Thank You !

Johan Rodrigues: thank you. but ask a friend to handle your cam in the next video

Hermz Anthony Barona: way better than chrisfixs video

Anthony Starfield: Is is necessary to use plastic polish after sanding with sandpaper?

After you finished with sanding, the headlight did look a little hazy.

Marco De Castro: awesome job!!

Ace Khmer: i dont think i used wet and dry sand paper just regular sandpaper. it did come out cleaner but i noticed after polishing and waxing, there are are some residual scratches. is that normal?

Sparky Cam1986: Thanks, great job 😀👍

Abderrezak Bensihamdi: pouvez vous svp me traduire le nom des produits merci

bradyn bassett: Totally overlooked this! all i have is 1000&2000 sandpaper at the moment so ill have to pickup polish and do this,

Cheers!

Derek Keogh: i use toothpaste ,usually takes about a half hour per light . then i used car polish . end of

Brad Doughman: awesome job beats clearing them after sanding them

f lotars: That was FOGGED UP!!!

mohammadalmeraikhi: شكرا

Munaf Ibrahim Ibrahim: Great work and method but i am not try it yet

Sheryl AnnAnn P Pughpughpugh: i Have The Fine grit 4000 & P2000 sandpaper & heavy Duty Rubbing Compound & Liquid Rubbing Compound Re-sanded them
headlight Basically I'm Gonna Buy a replacement headlight & That's the Easier part Then all Anybody has to do is pay to have the replacement headlight installed plus there's online internet website that sells Headlight for $60.00 or if You purchase the set its $120.00

gary olney: Do I hear seagulls in the background audio
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DIY: Polishing Foggy Headlights 5 out of 5

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