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Foggy Lenses

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by nofatchicks, December 28, 2004.

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    1. nofatchicks

      nofatchicks New Member

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      Just picked up a 95 X. The lenses are very "foggy".

      Any help?

      Ray
       
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    3. ExplorerDMB

      ExplorerDMB Moderator/Technician Moderator Emeritus

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      New Ones! The old ones could be taken out I believe and cleaned out - but new ones would look better. There isn't really much you can do with the age of crappy plastic.

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      Autozone has a polish made to fix this problem. I had fogged up - cloudy lenses on my daily driver a "1995 Dodge Neon". I put the polish on a clean cloth and applied it and waited 2-3 minutes or so and buffed it out and it cleared up the "Headlights" good as new... :thumbsup:
       
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      Yeah I had foggy lenses as well when I first bought my 95 and had them all cleaned up and sure enough a couple of months later foggy again :rolleyes: I just went out and bought new ones and presto :D Problem solved ;) They were a lil pricey though
       
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      Chrome polish will also do the job.
       

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