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Old 05-07-2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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Cover headlights?

Anyone covering the headlights ? They seem to haze , fog over faster than tires go bad and alot of us cover our tires. I did a search but came up with nothing. My headlights are just starting to haze I know I can polish them out. How many times can a person polish them up? What would make a good headlight cover while mh is idle?

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Old 05-07-2013, 08:44 PM   #2
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Never thought of doing that, good idea.

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Use a good wax on them after you polish out the hazing. That will slow it down.
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Seems something as simple as the static cling window shades would work. (Easy remove and replace)
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Use a good wax on them after you polish out the hazing. That will slow it down.
Even better would be spraying them with 303 after polishing. I do that with my cars.

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