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is there any way to remove the scratches and blemish on the headlight? the headlight isn't as clear as before
 

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I use Meguires clear plastic cleaner, then the polish and it seems to help make them look new. I'm not sure how good it is at getting scratches out though.
 

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Check out this Link from MKIV.COM. I think our lenses are made out of glass however. Supra headklights are made out of plastic? And here is a detail site with almost every detail product you can imagine=]

Cleaning headlights
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by THATPRELUDEGUY:
I use Meguires clear plastic cleaner, then the polish and it seems to help make them look new. I'm not sure how good it is at getting scratches out though.</font>
hey, where did u get this "clear plastic cleaner"? i honestly never heard of it before from meguiars.

anyways, if u have s few small scratches, and they have to be fine small, then go try meguiars Scratch X. i just got that and it seemed to work pretty good among other so called scratch removers. it helped me hide a fine scratch i had really well.

and like ALL abrasive cleaners and scratch/swril removers, u should polish and wax the area again to protect it and bring it back to shine.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Ng Luder:
hey, where did u get this "clear plastic cleaner"? i honestly never heard of it before from meguiars.

anyways, if u have s few small scratches, and they have to be fine small, then go try meguiars Scratch X. i just got that and it seemed to work pretty good among other so called scratch removers. it helped me hide a fine scratch i had really well.

and like ALL abrasive cleaners and scratch/swril removers, u should polish and wax the area again to protect it and bring it back to shine.

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polish and wax that we use on the paint?
 
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