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Guest Message by DevFuse

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can foggy headlight lens be cleaned?

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#1 aa8jz


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Posted 13 December 2004 - 06:56 PM

This has probably been asked before. Is there any way to clean the haze from 90 legacy lens? Now that long nights are here it is becoming a real issue. They seem hard to find in salvadge yards and new prices are very painful. I've even considered cobbing some all glass jobs from some non soob but am afraid no one in the family but me would drive it.

Also windshield seems to have been cleaned with a scotch brite or somehting and approaching traffic leaves multiple glowing circles that combined with bad lens is a recipe for disaster. I am thinking of polishing just the drivers straight down the road view area. Does any one have insight/experience?


#2 kevinsUBARU



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Posted 13 December 2004 - 07:28 PM

Hi :) It's been covered before, a quick search found what you're looking for. Now read it and clean them up! CLICK ME


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