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Talking Wetsand Headlights

I am buying new headlights and i just though for the heck of it i should try to get rid of the famous "headlight haze" that kills us mustang drivers. Wetsanding headlights with 600 grit then finish off with some 2500 grit gets rid of the yellowish haze. It really works.

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Yes, it does, and try some paint clearcoat on the exterior, that should protect from UV and will look even better.

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