be sure to mask the paint around the headlights to prevent any miss sanding. (sand paper + paint = bad)im having similar success on my fogs. my headlights need a bit more attention tho. anyone got any tips?
had to bump this up cuz my fogs are hazy after doing this... Crester, did your guy do this with the fogs still on the car??? Squeezing my hand in there to get the fogs on and off was a PITA!!! I'm gonna give it another go.Definitely can see the results. How easy was it to use the 3M kit in your opinion?
I had somebody who does detailing do it for me. In addition to the light looking better... i found you could also see better because more light could leave the housing properly. Before I couldn't even notice the fog lamps on the ground while in the car... but after you can clearly see the yellow area on the ground.
Unfortunatly...no There's no quick fix. You will have to re sand the light. It takes some time to get out the tiniest scratches...that's why I tried the crystal view kit. You probably need to sand with 1500 then 2500 up to highest grit you can. Same problem I had with 3M kit. Guess I didn't do it right the first time too...cause I had swirl marks too.I did the 3M kit on my headlights and foglights and it worked great. Then I did my cousins headlights on his civic and one came out great but the other looks HORRIBLE! You can see swirl marks everywhere and we have tried and tried to make it look better but no success. Any ideas?