DIY: Polishing Foggy Headlights




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Megan Sears: this seems more effective and long lasting than the toothpaste method, thanks for posting

QuinB: 4:30 The wife be callin you in for dinner...

OG L.A: Excellent video

Oliver Khoo: It looks brand new! Thanks for tutorial from Malaysia

Joe Maddison: Awesome! Thank You !

Johan Rodrigues: thank you. but ask a friend to handle your cam in the next video

Hermz Anthony Barona: way better than chrisfixs video

Anthony Starfield: Is is necessary to use plastic polish after sanding with sandpaper?

After you finished with sanding, the headlight did look a little hazy.

Marco De Castro: awesome job!!

Ace Khmer: i dont think i used wet and dry sand paper just regular sandpaper. it did come out cleaner but i noticed after polishing and waxing, there are are some residual scratches. is that normal?

Sparky Cam1986: Thanks, great job 😀👍

Abderrezak Bensihamdi: pouvez vous svp me traduire le nom des produits merci

bradyn bassett: Totally overlooked this! all i have is 1000&2000 sandpaper at the moment so ill have to pickup polish and do this,

Cheers!

Derek Keogh: i use toothpaste ,usually takes about a half hour per light . then i used car polish . end of

Brad Doughman: awesome job beats clearing them after sanding them

f lotars: That was FOGGED UP!!!

mohammadalmeraikhi: شكرا

Munaf Ibrahim Ibrahim: Great work and method but i am not try it yet

Sheryl AnnAnn P Pughpughpugh: i Have The Fine grit 4000 & P2000 sandpaper & heavy Duty Rubbing Compound & Liquid Rubbing Compound Re-sanded them
headlight Basically I'm Gonna Buy a replacement headlight & That's the Easier part Then all Anybody has to do is pay to have the replacement headlight installed plus there's online internet website that sells Headlight for $60.00 or if You purchase the set its $120.00

gary olney: Do I hear seagulls in the background audio
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Megan Sears: this seems more effective and long lasting than the toothpaste method, thanks for posting
da mass: sit on it with the remote and drive it every where
Elysium HOA: You just saved me $85
Mitchell Ryan: 1: I find it funny that if a guy says anything about a females body not being as "good" as another females body they get mass hate but yet all 3 women on here have just done that exact thing only to a male ... also she has no right to complain about walking in on him working out when IT'S HIS OFFICE and you don't know if it's his break or not ... even if it's not he's the boss.
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MpowerLife: Nice I like it haha
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DIY: Polishing Foggy Headlights