[DML] Faded Clock or Lens
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[DML] Faded Clock or Lens



I previously posted that I found a product at Advanced Discount Auto 
Stores that cleared up fogged and hazed lenses.  "5 Minute Optical 
Polish", $10.  I couldn't believe how good it worked, just put the pad 
on a drill, wet, and polish (tape up around the clock good so it 
doesn't hit the edges around it).  I posted a "before" and "after" 
picture in the "Celebration 4/29/06" folder.  Seems to work on tail 
lights too, I tested it on some old ones I had.  I'll be deleting the 
other pictures in that folder, the pictures of the Makes & Models 
magazine model posing next to a couple of the cars at the Celebration 
car show in April.  Last chance to see them!!!!







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