Yes, I have the mothers powerball headlight restoration kit. I used it on a 2003 grand am headlights that were extremely cloudy and scratched. It comes with 2 sanding pads with 4 grits. If the lenses are real bad you have to use the pads...I did. While not 100% clear and perfect, they are alot better, the headlights appear alot brighter. Definitly worth the money.
i use toothpaste on mine. and after its all cleaned off i throw a few coats of carnuba wax on it and they stay good for a while i normally do mine once a month. mine are pretty rough so they take some loving. till i can pass through inspection and get my projectors, hids, and clears
1998 ZJ~~V.r 4~~4.0 with a bunch of fancy stuff that makes it look pretty sitting in the driveway.
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$125-sandblasted and painted and shipped
Toothpaste works like a charm, and mothers power ball/minball.
PARTING OUT, 1997 4.0 6 cylinder 5spd 160k, 1997 jeep wrangler 2.5 4 cylinder 5spd, both drivetrains have been sold but i have small parts leftever doors tops etc... text 610 755 7387
i had some really hazed headlights on my wj, my visabilaty was greatly reduced and i tried everything to clean those mothers, and nothing worked. but finally i got it! it was a little more expensive...i hit a pheasant and broke my light, thus resulting in brand new headlights!!
At your local auto parts store you can find sandpaper from 80 to 2000 grit .Start with 800 grit wet sand with a block.Once all the yellow is gone work up from 1300 to 1500 to 2000 working about 3 mins eack grit with plenty of water.
Finnaly use polishing compound.[turtle wax] and buff to a shine.
I use plastic rouge.. comes in a large tube, and you tear the end off, apply it to your high speed buffer, and wa la.. you have instant mirror finish.. you can get rouge for Stainless, gold,silver, plastic, glass, and so on.. and one tube will do every friends lights that you know, and they know.. leaving you enough to do it for the next 10 years...
I want to die in my sleep like my grandfather, not screaming in terror like the passengers in his JEEP!...
Wet sand them with 800 grit, then 1000 grit. After you remove all of the yellowing/haze, polish with Mequairs PlastX polish. Works like a charm. If you want to go all out, clean them with Stoners Invisible Glass (or similar glass cleaner) after polishing, then clear coat them. I just did this with a set of BADLY hazed Laredo black housing headlights and they turned out like new. After the clear coat cures, you can polish for a crystal clear finish. It takes some work, but the end result is worth all the work.
I used the headlight cleaner kit from Harbor Freight on 3 different cars all with excellent results. Easy to use and much cheaper than the kits from 3m. The 99 GC came out looking almost new (has some water discoloration on inside of lens) and my 2000 sunfire look like they are new.