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Rust-Oleum Wipe New Headlight Restore Kit EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Rust-Oleum Wipe New Headlight Restore Kit on sale for $5.59. Select in-store pick up where available or free shipping on $35 or more. Thanks Spook52

Also available, Turtle Wax T240KT Headlight Lens Restorer Kit for $5.59 as shown in this Front Page Deal.
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This kit works great. Over a year ago, I was able to do our 2007 Civic and 2008 CRV with one kit. Picked up a new kit for our 2005 Accord.

To do two cars with one kit, first wet sand all four headlights before applying the coating.

This was $9.98 on the shelf at Walmart, so I took it to the customer service desk and they matched their own online price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wipe-N...e/52550774
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I can vouch for Colgate cavity protection. My headlights have been cavity free since I started using it.
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If youre going to wetsand then why not just apply a UV resistant clear coat? My headlights have been new for over a year now.
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None of these headlight cleaners are worth it alone as the anti-UV coating they come with doesn't stay on the lense any better than waxing your paint. The only way to make it last longer is to spray with UV resistant spray paint instead.
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Turtle Wax kit comes with more liquid and has 242 reviews vs 32 reviews for the same price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Turtle...thena=true
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I rarely shop at Walmart, but I always save a few bucks by having them match their online price on the particular item I'm buying. It's almost always cheaper online. Most recently was a 5 quart bottle of motor oil, it was $3 cheaper online, $16.xx versus $19.xx.
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If youre going to wetsand then why not just apply a UV resistant clear coat? My headlights have been new for over a year now.
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I've used this; if you follow the directions your headlights will be clear for at least a year, but then the foggy-ness slowly comes back.
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I used similar product and it only lasts 2-3 months before the headlights become yellow again. How long will this last. Mind you I live in Texas and I park outside in the hot sun all day long 7 days per week.
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Does this include clearcoat/resin? Something flew up from the road and but a crack in my headlight. I think it's just a surface crack but I want to prevent further damage. F*ckin ridiculous, 6 months old Charger Scat Pack Mad
That's what you get for owning a Dodge
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This kit works great. Over a year ago, I was able to do our 2007 Civic and 2008 CRV with one kit. Picked up a new kit for our 2005 Accord.

To do two cars with one kit, first wet sand all four headlights before applying the coating.

This was $9.98 on the shelf at Walmart, so I took it to the customer service desk and they matched their own online price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wipe-N...e/52550774

Just so you know, you can price match right at the register.
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