Ok, I posted this on the GAOC site I go to now in days.
I am being serious, this kit, worked, I spent a few hours, and didn't have to use any elbow grease on the suckers, btw, this is on the GA that I have now, if I saw this kit back when I had the intrepid, and before I spent the $120 for new headlamps, I would have tried it back then. I went from BADLY hazed headlamp, to, almost crystal clear, you can see light swirl marks where I didn't work at it long enough with the trizact pad and plastic polish...
BTW, this plastic polish, is some toxic stuff...
So, ever since I had an intrepid I have tried to figure out ways to clear up lenses with out the HOURS AND HOURS of wet hand sanding.
Well, when I finally bought a Grand Am, I was sick and tired of buying new headlamp housings, and found a nice little kit from 3m at wally world, need a drill, and an hour, or two. (It would take a single kit for a single headlight on the 99+ grand ams if it's rather bad yellowing/hazing.)
So, I grabbed this kit, few hours later, my lights went from heavy scratches and bad hazing, to nearly crystal clear, not perfect like brand new, but, I could atleast tell where my bulbs where at.
Anyways, here is the video demonstrating the process and before/after shots on a Neon
Link no worky?
Guess I will try the embedded.... Seems the forum keeps removing the ? and = from the URL....
or not, oh well, youtube 3M™ Headlight Lens Restoration System