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Don’t Buy the Headlines or Clorox Stock at All Right Now

Don’t Buy the Headlines or Clorox Stock at All Right Now

Don't Buy the Headlines or Clorox Stock at All Right Now

Clorox (NYSE:CLX) stock has brought the company back in the headlines. After a 35% increase over the last six months, many wonder whether the time has come to buy Clorox stock. To be sure, the … Continue reading at

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* Our car’s plastic headlight lenses have been getting more and more cloudy. Here’s a quick, easy and inexpensive way to make plastic car headlights clear again in minutes.

Being towed behind a motorhome for 12 years is a tough life for a car, especially the part that faces directly into the rear of the RV: the headlights. Spending so much time in the intense Desert SW sun hasn’t helped matters. We’ve tried several different products to restore our cloudy plastic headlight lenses to their original clarity, without much luck.

Since we love Invisible Glass, we figured that any other product from the same company was worth a try. We were right. Their headlight restoration kit really works.

The restoration kit is so inexpensive that it often costs more for the shipping than the kit itself! So we suggest ordering more than one at a time, or consider doing what we did… ordering the Ultimate Car Car Kit from Stoner (the manufacturer), which includes a ton of great car & RV care products. Both are available on Amazon. The car care kit makes a great gift, too.

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    • Curtis Rose
    • December 4, 2018

    I cleaned headlights as a side business while full-timing . It is easy to find people who need their headlights cleared up just by walking around a campground. I used the headlight restoration kit from Mcguiar's. The Mcguiar's kit has a buffing pad you can put on a drill or buffer to give a better polish to the plastic. It likewise includes a two polishing compounds (one finer than the other) for a clearer finish. Also included was a wipe on UV coating to replace the original coating. I also cleared up motorcycle windshields and bug deflectors, anything plastic on a vehicle which needs a shine.
    The Mcguair's is more expensive initially but there is enough to keep all your plastic shining for years and you don't have to do it nearly as often. If you decide to do it as a business, it will pay for itself in the first few restorations then the rest is pure profit. You can use toothpaste, vinegar and soda or a plethora of other compounds which will give you a very temporary clearing effect but with the Mcguair's the shine lasts for several years before noticing any degradation of the plastic.
    One further bit of advice, before polishing, protect the paint by surrounding the area with painters blue or green tape, especially if you use a drill or buffer. One slip or getting overzealous and you have to re-wax, or worse, touch up the paint in the area.

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    • MrStropparo
    • December 4, 2018

    Best window cleaner is …………………dirtex. Try it.

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    • Grant Snyder
    • December 4, 2018

    if you are cheap, it is also easy to use toothpaste on a buffing pad.

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    • rts
    • December 4, 2018

    Used toothpaste on the wifes Honda. Worked pretty good. We let them go too long and are kinda shot by now.

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    • Reddsmorris1
    • December 4, 2018

    We used a good Deet bug repellant.

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    • RV with Tito DIY
    • December 4, 2018

    I've been intending on doing this on my daughters car which has very cloudy lenses. What you've shown looks so simple, I think I'll just have her watch your video and do it herself. Thanks!

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    • Rusty Nail
    • December 4, 2018

    Thanks for the info, you guys.

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