The headlamp lenses on my 1995 Crown Vic are looking pretty yellow and
opaque. Is the cheapest, effective solution to just attach a buffer or
whatever to the end of my drill and use some cleaning or polishing
solution on the lens with the lamp still in place, or is it not that
easy? What sort of approach works?
I'm the one who used toothpaste on my 1993 ford aerostar headlight lens.Do
it for about 15 minutes each and rinse well .You will notice the big
difference if you do one and then compare to the other one that you have not
worked on .I'm going to do them again when I get a little spare time.(I used
the Blue paper shop towels but I would not hesitate to use a wash cloth or
something similar)Good luck. " ENO"
For Quick and easy I used a buffing head on my drill with regular
Turtle Wax as the polish. In about 5 minutes they were crystal clear
and with "Turtle Wax" shine ;-)
Use whatever works best for you, they're only plastic
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