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Old 10-12-2015, 04:23 PM   #11
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Deep Woods Off Works Great

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We use bug spray tried off just a couple weeks ago on friends car and it worked not sure how long it will last
We did several peoples car lights with Deep Woods Off. (The Green can)
It worked great and depending on how much a person drives and where they drive made a difference.

If You do a lot of highway driving. it lasts about 6-8 weeks. The fumes from diesels are the hardest on the lights along with weather conditions.

For a few that that only drive to Church on Sunday and the grocery stores, It was applied a year ago and still looks good.

A small bottle or can costs about $5-7.00.

Better than the $225. dollars we paid to replace the headlights on Our 1999 MH a few years ago..
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Old 10-12-2015, 04:25 PM   #12
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Replaced mine from web site carpartsdiscount.com. Very good prices & bolt on perfectly.
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Old 10-12-2015, 04:33 PM   #13
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I have a friend who treats his with Deep Woods Off. About once a month, he says!

So I don't know how long the shine will last. I do know this stuff is cheap and easy. And there's enough stuff in the bottle to last for years.

Before I found this stuff I gave some thought to using DuPont #7 Buffing Compound. I once used that restoring a MGB roadster, made all the colored plastic lenses look new.

We did my wife's Freestar van and my daughters Honda. My '07 F-150 with 136,000 miles, has never needed it. Go figure.
You can then protect with 303 about every 6 weeks. Later RJD
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Old 10-12-2015, 09:22 PM   #14
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For $30 Wal-Mart does it for you and it lasts for years. Had my XL-7 done there they were still like new 4 years later when I sold it. Had my Pathfinder done last year still look like new.
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Old 10-13-2015, 07:49 AM   #15
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There's also a product sold on Amazon called Wipe New, $10.00. Comes with a piece of 4000 grit sand paper to wet sand the lens, than a apply cloth and a solution you just wipe on. The key is the wet sanding. Some this stuff at HD the other day for $20.00!

stuff works great.

I've also used Maguires plastic polish as well.
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I 1st use 3M Plastic Cleaner, then 3M Plastic Polish, and finish up with Meguiars Flagship Premium Marine Wax. I just did the wife's Accord over the weekend. I tape the surrounding paint, and do several coats/rub offs with the Cleaner until the headlights clear up, the a couple of coats with the Polish to do get some more luster, then the wax for the UV protection
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