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Got this deal at the Huber Heights Ohio store. $1.01
This store never ever has the deals...until today.
There were 2 left on the shelf when I left at 6pm.
I stopped by the Lowe's in Barboursville, WV as I was driving by and they had 40 bottles in stock for $1.69. I bought 8 to give a few to friends and keep a few for myself.
Don't buy the overpriced kits. Get some 2000, 1500, and 1200 or 1000 grit wet sand paper, a roll of painters tape, some plastic scratch remover made by Meguires, and a spray bottle mixed with soap. Tape off around the paint, keep the headlight wet with the water, and wet sand it starting with the gritty stuff and working your way down to the fine stuff. Use the scratch remover to polish them and they'll look new.
Repped +4 for adding that to this thread for the people inquiring.
Here is a message from Turtle that I found in an Amazon review:
The ICE product does contain a small amount of carnauba wax, however the majority is a blend of synthetic waxes.
The terms "wax" and "polish" are virtually interchangeable these days, but going by traditional definitions a polish is a product that contains a cutting agent that removes oxidised paint while a wax is a protective layer over the painted surface.
Therefore, by traditional standards, ICE Polish is actually a wax as it contains no cutting agent and sits on the painted finish to form asmooth layer/shine. That is why ICE Polish is suited better to newer cars or cars with newer paint finishes.
Older painted surfaces would need to be prepped with products such as ICE Liquid Clay Bar or Scratch and Swirl before using ICE Polish.
The ICE Detailer was designed to refresh the original shine of the polish after washing to obtain optimal results. It does not need to be used.
ICE Polish is designed to make water bead off it, like all other good polishes. This is from the smooth finish, which is the reason for the high shine level. I have never heard of this as being a negative before.
One of the people in the office drives a blue car and they use the Ice Paste and have never had an issue with bad water spotting.
To summarise, ICE does leave a wax layer to protect your paint surface. It is the hardest polish in our range, just beating F21 Paste and Super Hard Shell Paste.
In relation to layering, there is no correct answer here as the more effort you put in, the better the result. There is no limit to the number of layers, the more layers that go on, the deeper the finish. Serious car enthusiasts have been known to put 12-15 layers on thier cars. However you need a high quality paint job to get the best results from the layering effort.
Repped +4 for adding that to the thread for people looking for more info.
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The best for restoring blurry headlight lenses is the "3M 39008 Headlight Lens Restoration System".
I can attest to this because the wife and I worked on restoring our poor Jetta's lamps back to its pristine condition. There's a good amount of work (maybe an hour or two) to do but on a nice day, it's fun.
I believe Slickdeals had a deal on this item too.
Make sure to seal it after. I took out my headlights and sprayed clear coat over it. Been 2 years and looks like I just did it.
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