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fonz182
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Aug 9, 3:55pm - #244521 
Cleaning the headlights

Whats a good produc(s) that can clean and shine headlights. mine seem pretty hazy i think it might be a light tree sap mist from the trees in the school parking lot. thumbsdown

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Aug 9, 5:08pm - #244522 
tuff stuff, then mothers wax. grin thumbsup

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Aug 9, 5:48pm - #244523 
Polishing compound. Takes that shitty film off real good. Apply 3 layers, one after the other. Did that when i got my celi


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Aug 9, 5:52pm - #244524 
carb wax man! works great and leaves a smooth feel to it when its done. Just wipe some wax on it then let it sit for a few mins so it can dry then wipe off with a polish rag or a terry cloth towel and it will look nice.. Or unless you have condensation build up INSIDE your headlight because my buddy of mine has a foggy look on his right headlight and its because of the condensation he has in there. But try the wax and see what happens man! It works great cause i wax my font end and headlights like 1 every week or 2 weeks! i need because of where i drive and where i live... Bug city during the sunset hours and @ night thumbsdown

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Aug 9, 7:19pm - #244525 
by doing what you guys said to do, does it remove that foggy look in the low-beam section?


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Aug 9, 11:43pm - #244526 
get mothers plasic polish thumbsup clean everything all nice and good then polish it with this stuff

http://store.bikedepot.net/moplpo.html

taken from site above...
Mothers- Plastic Polish was formulated to clean, shine, and protect plastics and clear plastics. It is highly versatile and can be used on anything from the plastic gauge cluster cover on the instrument panel to the black plastic engine casings. The best part is it actually beautifies these sometimes finicky surfaces by filling in and buffing out little nicks, hairline scratches, and tiny flaws as it cleans the surface, freeing it of smudges, dust, and fingerprints. Mothers- Plastic Polish is a true polish, and can tackle even the seemingly baked on ˜yellow film and ˜cloudy streaks from the most sensitive plastics. The tough cleaning combines with a gentle polishing process that, while it removes all the undesirables, leaves the surface sparkling. Clean, clear, and bright and on motorcycle plastics, what more could you ask for?

How about lasting protection? Mothers- Plastic Polish does a lot more than make the surface look pretty; its a strong protectant as well. Regular use diminishes the harmful effects of sun, smog, water stains, and airborne contaminants. Armed with tough and effective polymers Mothers- Plastic Polish acts like a shield, defending your plastic surfaces from the ravages of the elements and daily riding.

When your serious about protecting and beautifying every part of your bike look for the Plastic Polish serious detailers and hardcore enthusiasts use when perfecting their own rides. Order Mothers- Plastic Polish the most effective plastic polish on the market bar none.

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Aug 10, 8:53am - #244527 
Originally Posted by fonz182
Whats a good produc(s) that can clean and shine headlights. mine seem pretty hazy i think it might be a light tree sap mist from the trees in the school parking lot. thumbsdown



I hate that tree sap mist...I get it all over my car here at work on hot days..sucks


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Aug 10, 1:45pm - #244528 
Originally Posted by Polykarb
Polishing compound. Takes that shitty film off real good. Apply 3 layers, one after the other. Did that when i got my celi

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