Headlight polishing

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Old 26 Nov 2004, 11:05 am   #1 (permalink)
Daniel M. Dreifus
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Default Headlight polishing

Did you know the acrylic headlight lenses on the Camry can be cleaned
and polished?
Some discoloration, darkening, or clouding seems normal with age.
Found some white polishing compound designed to clean the surface of
automotive paint.
Instructions say, apply with damp cloth (used cotton diaper) and
increase pressure as material is absorbed into the cloth.
Headlights come out bright, shiny and new looking.
Very nice.
Finished with Plexus plastic polish, although the container recommends
using automotive wax, which should also be fine.
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Old 27 Nov 2004, 08:43 am   #2 (permalink)
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I too have been using Plexus on my cars and it works great.

Daniel M. Dreifus wrote:
> Did you know the acrylic headlight lenses on the Camry can be cleaned
> and polished?
> Some discoloration, darkening, or clouding seems normal with age.
> Found some white polishing compound designed to clean the surface of
> automotive paint.
> Instructions say, apply with damp cloth (used cotton diaper) and
> increase pressure as material is absorbed into the cloth.
> Headlights come out bright, shiny and new looking.
> Very nice.
> Finished with Plexus plastic polish, although the container recommends
> using automotive wax, which should also be fine.



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Old 08 Dec 2004, 04:03 pm   #3 (permalink)
toyotawiz
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i used cherry wax and an electric buffer. worked pretty good

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