Even with the 3M kits plan on doing it yearly. The polishing removes
the remaining anti-UV coating on the lenses, so they go cloudy again.
How fast depends on how often the car sees sunlight.
Not that it's a bad idea... it's just not "permanent".
On 10/13/2011 12:31 PM, Ray Block wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Chris Reck
>> Does anyone have a source for replacement headlights? Mine are clouded
>> over and a "polishing" kit lasts ony 1-2 months.
>> Chris Reck
>> Naperville, IL
>>>> '99 Dakota Sport + CC 4x4 V6 (Deep Amethyst)
> Rather than a "polishing" kit, if you're handy with a drill you should try
> the Headlight "Restoration" kit from 3M. I've tried the "polishing" kits
> before and you're right, the results don't last long (and weren't like new
> anyway). I used the 3M kit on two cars earlier this year and the results
> were truly "like new"! So far, so good.
> Right now I know the 3M kit is available from Advance Auto Parts, Pep Boys
> and Walmart. Here's a link to the product...
> (you may have to piece the url back together) Watch the video, it's very
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