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Old 06-09-2004, 05:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So i washed my car/engine today and i noticed that the headlights were still kind of foggy/yellowish/sticky on the outside... this is mostly from road grime that has accumulated on them, and due to the fact that its the year of the cicadas in maryland... luckily i havent run into many but there is still bug juice that wont come off the headlights

i kept thinking of how to get that crap off without going to buy bug remover.. so i brought out some nail polish remover and a cloth... and WALA! the headlights look pretty damn good

this is just a tip of mine, please dont get any nail polish remover on your paint ghead

its hard to tell from the pics, but they look much better afterwards....

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looks good! i will try it
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wow it looks like there smoked now!! that looks awsome i guess there was just some nasty film on it from driving..

good find!
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Thanks for the tip. I have found that Polishing Compound from Turtle Wax and Kit Scratch Remover work very well too.
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btw, nail polish remover does wonders on removing tree sap from windows.. jUST DONT PUT IT ON PAINT! lol
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