Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
It looks like I have a lamp out because lenses are "clouded", almost look "sandblasted". When I scrape gently with a fingernail, it seems like "film" may come off, but I don't want to use abrasive and make problem worse.
Can go to auto zone they have a scrubbing disc to get the haze off headlights, worked great for mine you just stick them in a cordless drill and buff them.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
You can use a very fine steel wool to remove the film. You dont have to press hard to remove it. Pressing hard may result in scratched lenses, however if there is a film, you can remove it useing fine steel wool. There are 4 (i think) grades of steel wool, 0, 00, 000, and 0000. The 0000 is the finest grade of steel wool. Many carpenters use this when wood working to help with the wood finish. It helps polish the stains.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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