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I just bought the 3M headlight restoration system for around 15$, but have not tried it yet on my crazed headlights.
3M Headlight Restoration, EUROLIGHT, GlassyLite
Included in this 3M™ Headlight Restoration System Kit

1 – 3" Disc Pad Holder
1 – 3" Soft Interface Pad
6 – 3" P500 Sanding Discs
4 – 3" P800 Finishing Discs
1 – 3" P3000 Trizact™ Disc
1 – Headlight Lens Polish, 1 oz.
1 – 3" Buffing Pad
Step by Step Directions Brochure

Has anybody tried this kit? and looking at this, do you think it something worth trying??
 

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It may well be. And it is for really oxidized headlights. Once done and for newer headlights, the prevent method is best: car wax all plastic lenses as you would the car paint. Yes it works; my mom's 2002 Jetta proved it.
 

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I believe i have polycarbonate lenses on my headlights, and the result of 9 years of UV/heat deterioration(and a possible clear coat as suggested by VIP employee[how credible, really]) , it appears to be crazed. Crazed like a fine network of nerves.

I had the Headlight ASSY completely apart, thinking it was originally on the inside lense.
 
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