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misty headlights

had a bit of fun today as the honda headlights over time went misty so bad you could not see the bulb
any way got out the 1200 wet/dry rubbed them down then a t-cut and finally toothpaste they now look like new
so anyone having the same problem have a look on youtube to see what can be done before you go off buying new headlights
sorry i did not do a before and after picture but there are so many pictures and videos out there to help you any way like this

this one is just toothpaste

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Re: misty headlights

Stu J (IIRC) did similar not so long back and I keep looking at my Kia and thinking "hmmmm?"
Good to know others here have had good results before I get out the old black and decker
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Re: misty headlights

Don't bother with a Black and Decker Pete..

Do it properly the first time and get the grinder out

Yeah I do me Mums Clio..

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Fantastic tip! This is exactly what I need for my Laguna at the moment.

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Re: misty headlights

Originally Posted by MrGYro View Post
Fantastic tip! This is exactly what I need for my Laguna at the moment.

ECP are selling kits At the moment.
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