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I used the Meguires plastic polish with a pad and my electric drill....rotating SLOW - if real bad, use wet #1500-2000 sandpaper first. Used this on my '97 Lincoln. Might have to retouch about once a year. Looks crystal !
Never touched them with sandpaper and actually have done all mine with my buffer and a little bit of polishing compound
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,but rather to skid in sideways totally worn out shouting"Holy Crap, What a Ride" R.I.P.Marty, Jason
Update: I finally got around to working on the heaqdlights today. I have to admit I went the cheap route. I took a piece of 1500 snadpaper and wetsanded them and then polished them here are the before and after pics.
89-F250 Project truck
drill a small hole inside, near the bottom on the right light, it will make the condensation go away, and bulbs will last longer. lights look good. want to do mine? I'll let cha.might burn something on the grill while you work for payment.
Originally Posted by donjamer
Oh OK... Just wasn't sure..Seeing you had Rob with his panties around his ankles and then the talk of a new toy...
Charlie slackmaster #26
"A common mistake people make when trying to design something completely fool proof, is to underestimate the ingenuity of a complete fool."
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