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Headlight lens haze


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#1 OswaldtheBold

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 06:25 PM

The plastic headlight lenses of my 97 Legacy have acquired a lot of scratches and are now quite hazy. Has anyone tried to buff the scratches and haze out? What did you use, and did it work?

#2 kevinsUBARU

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 06:54 PM

This thread might help

http://www.ultimates...ght=brake fluid

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 09:27 PM

The headlight lenses of my 97 Legacy Outback were quite hazy as well.

I followed the directions from another thread on this board and they came out great.

Basically you wet sand, (lots of water), with progressively finer sandpaper and then follow up with a plastic lens polish.

I used 600 and 1500 grit sandpaper and Mcguire plastic lens polish.

Plan on spending 30 minutes a side.

The scariest part is when you first start sanding the lense and wonder how it will ever be clear again, but it will when you are finished...




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