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froggy

Member
I really can’t wait to tackle these types of jobs Phil, looking at refurb kits now, which I wouldn’t be doing without your invaluable advice, thanks for everything 👍☺️
 

audifan

A2OC Donor
This is what I use for headlights. Either a drill or machine polisher and pad....

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CrispyEdd

Member
Great thread, been enjoying this team effort. 👍 I've used mothers and it works well good advice. I did sand my headlights first though as they were yellow like yours, be brave and patient they come back 95%
 

audifan

A2OC Donor
I would avoid the sanding as too easy to go too far or damage the paintwork. The only time I sand the headlights first is if someone has refinished them before and used a hard lacquer that is now crazed. Every other time I just use the Mothers and concentrate a little more on the worst areas. I apply three times and either finish with a UV protectant or two layers of a GOOD carnauba wax product.
 

CrispyEdd

Member
I would avoid the sanding as too easy to go too far or damage the paintwork. The only time I sand the headlights first is if someone has refinished them before and used a hard lacquer that is now crazed. Every other time I just use the Mothers and concentrate a little more on the worst areas. I apply three times and either finish with a UV protectant or two layers of a GOOD carnauba wax product.
That's good advice, 👍 I didn't mention mine were a real mess with crackled surface prior to sanding
 
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