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#1 Old 05-08-2011, 05:05 PM
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blue magic headlight cleaner

Before and after pictures of my headlights after I cleaned them. It took me less than 15 minutes. I bought the stuff at advanced auto parts, and am very happy how it turned out. Car is a 2009 and this is the 1st time I've tried cleaning the headlights.
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#2 Old 05-08-2011, 06:46 PM
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Awesome stuff!! looks great!!
I bought some Mothers headlight restorer and just did my JDM's, and man i'm so glad I did. Did just the same trick as your stuff did. I really wasn't feeling like buying another set of those!!....little salty!

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haha thanks man! I wish I had the option to buy different headlights. Until then, I'll keep the ones I have clean
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I need to pick up some of that.. my headlights are not as clear as they used to be

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That stuff rocks!
I used it on my lights and it took a couple coats but they look hella better.
I noticed you have to keep on it and do it every so often.
The guy at Autozone wasn't lying when he told me u gotta put some elbow grease in it!

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the stuff I used, you rub it on....and rub it immediately back off.....worked awesome, from old to new in a few minutes.

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The stuff I used was real quick too, no elbow grease. Just put it on and wiped it off
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