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F250 Headlight Cleaning Question

Hey guys. I've got a 2000 7.3 with the Harley headlights. The owner before me re coated the front bumper with undercoating before he sold it to me but forgot to mask off the lights. I've got some over spray on the bottom inch of the lights. How do I go about removing it without damaging the lenses?
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