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Yeah. The headlights on my Sentra are getting pretty foggy.





Someone told me that you can wet sand them with a very fine sandpaper & that should polish them out. That sounds kinda dangerous! Hahahaha! But yeah. If anyone knows what to do or what products I can use to clear out my headlights again, let me know. Thanks!
 

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I've been able to wet sand and buff headlamps.

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You need to take the headlights off the car, 2000grt wetsanding paper, and a good buffer, and someone to hold while someone buffs. Wetsand a little then buff and repeat. Don't go crazy with the sanding, buff more than sanding. And don't buff one spot too long, the heat will damage the light if it gets too hot. You don't need a gritty wax/polish either.

Good luck.
 

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You may not need to wetsand, try buffing first.

I have the same fog lights and I buffed them nice and shiny
 

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Get a tube of GS27 scratch remover. They use to sell it at walmart not sure if they still carry it. I'm sure you can get it at most auto supply like Schucks.Pep boys ect. It really work's great on foggy tail lights as well. It takes alittle rubbing though but you can do it by hand and on the car.( No need to remove the lights)
 

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Thanks for the replies. I'm going to try that tube first. If that doesn't work, I'll go out to buy a buffer & some 2000 grit sandpaper. I need to buy a buffer anyways. ( ^_^)/
 
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