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haha alright I had some serious issues with the topic of hazed headlights..

Tried a few different products including turtle wax and 3m...They worked decent but i wanted them to look better. I bought the Mothers kit with the powerball and honestly it did the best job. For me i deff think it was worth the money. This kit is a little more expensive but works the best ..
 

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The plastix work just fine, even better if you you have the drill buffer wheel attachment
 

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PlastX works well for me. No sanding was needed. I did a headlight on another car with elbow grease. For the RSX, I used a foam buffer pad from a 3M headlight restoration kit. It was really easy.

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Haze will always come back, but with repeated use of product, hazing will come back less frequently and slower.
 

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Tried using PlastX but never had success, haze will always come back.

Best results gotta use a buffer, but I still haven't tried PowerBall yet.
 

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I use the Meguiars kit with the buff ball and it is by far superior to anything ive ever tried. It made my 03 lights look like new, I rebuff it maybe every other month just to keep 'em looking nice. It brought my roomates 99 Tacoma headlights back from the grave. Plus it was like $15. Wish I had before and after pics to post.
 

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Dude I got some straight ******* friends. Ur gonna laugh but when mine hazed over they said try oven cleaner.... haze has been gone for 4 months and is still super clear. Lol
 

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I used this kit in february and the haze has come back a little bit. Probably due to the new england temperatures, i dnt mind making them look minty fresh again tho !
 

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if you want to maintain your headlights from hazing up i suggest a lens sealant to protect the plastic from UV rays. its kept my lenses clear for months
 
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