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Old 06-16-2004, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have a DIY link for cleaning hazy headlight covers on my 92 325is one side is ok other side looks like a black eye? I am new to this form and have found it to be quite helpful.
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Here is the link. It is in the FAQ section.
http://www.bmw-forums.com/forum/topic508.html
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Thanks will give it a try
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here is an easier/might not be as effective method

http://www.bmw-forums.com/forum/index.php?...=0&#entry126530
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Anybody have a clue why they use glass lenses in europe and amercians get stuck with plastic? Is it a cost saving measure?
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Anybody have a clue why they use glass lenses in europe and amercians get stuck with plastic? Is it a cost saving measure?
Probably, stupid choise by BMW, I think.
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Does anyone have a DIY link for cleaning hazy headlight covers on my 92 325is one side is ok other side looks like a black eye? I am new to this form and have found it to be quite helpful.
instead of cleaning, has anybody seen replacements for these, either in plastic (OEM) or hopefully an upgraded glass form?
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What is "haxy"? ;-)
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Plastics can not be upgraded they are glued on. Glass ones can be purchased and that glass is replaceable. Regarding the plastic I just rubbed mine down with Turtle Wax Polishing Compound and they look much better.
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Haxy = Typo for Hazy?
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