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    Unhappy Want to clean my Corolla X headlights..need help

    i want to clean my X headlights upper plastic glass.. it got fade and looks blur.. i used toothpaste but didn't helped me..


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    sorry to say 30 peoples have viewed but no body replied.....
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    Use Formula1's scratch out! Tested and tried!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADILG View Post
    Use Formula1's scratch out! Tested and tried!
    Formula1 scratch out..? that cream we apply on body for scratch removing..?? or is that else..??

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    u are in quetta, in islamabad they charge 1300 and clean the headlights from inside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khahsan View Post
    u are in quetta, in islamabad they charge 1300 and clean the headlights from inside.
    INside of headlights are as brand new.. just outside is fade and blur...

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    Yea its the same cream we apply on body. Apply and rub,it will surely help

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    u need to buff it thats it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADILG View Post
    Yea its the same cream we apply on body. Apply and rub,it will surely help
    u need to buff it thats it
    THNX for help me out..

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    i want to make them full clean.. any other idea..?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwh_nM4wtrg ..... check this video and drive safe..

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    How to clean the beams from inside?

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    they beams are removed from the car and try to wash with a detergent put some petrol in it
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    will petrol remove the FADE on headlight..??
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwh_nM4wtrg ..... check this video and drive safe..

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    simply get them buffed from outside... if u wish to clean them from inside too take them out wash them with pure water, and put them in the sunlight to dry. than re fit them again.

    for buffing from outside., try the glint glass cleaner might work out... i use them to prevent the fading and shine them like factory. you may also try vim powder, it will remove the fade, than wax them to remove the scratch. (actually it will lighten them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by manofpk View Post
    simply get them buffed from outside... if u wish to clean them from inside too take them out wash them with pure water, and put them in the sunlight to dry. than re fit them again.

    for buffing from outside., try the glint glass cleaner might work out... i use them to prevent the fading and shine them like factory. you may also try vim powder, it will remove the fade, than wax them to remove the scratch. (actually it will lighten them)
    THNX BRO.. will try
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwh_nM4wtrg ..... check this video and drive safe..

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    I use 1000 and 1500 grit wet sanding paper - then use an orbital polisher to finish, finally use Glint to protect it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejazmarri View Post
    will petrol remove the FADE on headlight..??
    NEVER EVER DO THAT, don't use any heavy hydrocarbons, petrol, thinner or even diesel on plastics, it will ruin it. Just use detergent, glass cleaners etc.

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    If its blurr from the out side you need a buff. Goto some professional and buff your headlights.

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    sand paper is what works then polishing off
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