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Fogged lenses #733680
March 03rd 2018 4:22 pm
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My instrument lenses are fogged as all hell.... Most of my gauges don't seem to work anyway, but i wouldn't be able to tell once I fix em.
Can I buff this fog out?

Re: Fogged lenses [Re: Miyagi] #733684
March 03rd 2018 7:08 pm
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quick glo has a formula to polish plastic. It is "quick glo fine". I used it last week to polish a set of headlights on my sister-in-law's Toyota. It works great.


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Re: Fogged lenses [Re: Miyagi] #733692
March 04th 2018 2:01 am
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Quite a few things out there. I used a product from Mequiars called Plastx. Picked it up at a local show.

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The lense on my Trans Am was not as bad as what you are describing, but after several patient cleanings, it came out nicely. If yours is really bad, you may need something more aggressive, at least at first. Maybe one of those headlamp polishing kits.

T/A lense here...

TGO


Re: Fogged lenses [Re: Miyagi] #733704
March 04th 2018 8:58 am
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I,ve used Plastx and it works great also.


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Re: Fogged lenses [Re: Miyagi] #733710
March 04th 2018 6:18 pm
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Thanks for the advice, I'll check what's around locally.
Wasn't sure if they could be buffed clear again.


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