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(ADD on Item)Turtle Wax T-43 (2-in-1) Headlight Cleaner and Sealant - 9 oz. $4.2

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https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Wax...B00A9T28S4

2-in-1 formula restores clarity and prevents yellowing in 1 easy step
Formulated with OEM acrylic resins to help prevent oxidation and cloudiness from reoccurring
Use regularly on new and older headlights to maintain clarity
Also works great on clear plexiglass, plastic windows and other translucent plastics
Safe to use on headlights and taillights and is fully compatible with other headlight lens restoration products
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These don't work.

If you have yellowed or cloudy headlights, you need the kits based on sanding. You need a decent drill to spin the sandpaper attachment. Just follow the instructions and do it steady, step by step, gradually increasing the sandpaper grit. It's a long and dirty process but they really work.

Something like this, I got it at Walmart for around $15 and it worked amazing on a friend's old car:
http://www.amazon.com/3M-39175-He...B072FQMY3Z

They have a really cheap one on amazon, it might work if you don't have a drill, but I couldn't imagine doing all that sanding my hand:
http://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Wax-...B001TI5IIQ
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As mentioned the liquid only kits aren't great. Best thing is to wet stand with incrementally finer sand papers then spray on some UV Clear Coat. Only costs about $10-15 in total and will last a long time.
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Blaze it.
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